Relationships, power action: the practice of the common good


Maurice Glasman outlines the basic practices of community organising, particularly the centrality of one-to-one conversation and the primacy of building relationships. And then asks you to work together to see how his thinking might apply to your community settings. A unique opportunity to spend time with one of the key social and political thinkers of our day.

Maurice Glasman is a reader in political theory at London Metropolitan University and has worked for more than a decade with London Citizens, particularly on their Living Wage campaign. He was made a Labour peer by Ed Miliband in March of this year.

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