Category Archives: Democracy

Equality Hub Network launch event Tues 17 June

Equality Hub Network launch event includes: Welcome and introduction from Council Leader, Julie Dore and Executive Director of Resources Eugene Walker Update on the Fairness Commission from Fairness Commissioner Tony Maltby Overview of Equality and Fairness work in the Council, … Continue reading

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Hospital Closures Clause

We all agree that NHS services such as hospitals, accident and emergency and maternity services are there for crises and joy. Having stepped in twice to prevent Lewisham Hospital’s closure, 38 Degrees is convinced that public support is needed to prevent … Continue reading

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Wilder by Design – 2 day seminar with visit to Blackamoor

We are delighted to announce that following our seminar with George Monbiot in July 2013, Professor Ian Rotherham and colleagues have taken up this hot debate; they’ve organised a 2-day seminar Wilder by Design 2014 (link to provisional programme opens … Continue reading

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Our First Newsletter

We are pleased to publish our first newsletter with updates of our activities and developments: Forthcoming event with George Monbiot on Rewilding our Uplands as part of our response to the recent Sheffield Moors Partnership Consultation; Fukushima Nuclear Disaster with Dr … Continue reading

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Through researches for an event we’re planning to hold around issues raised by the Sheffield Moors Partnership’s Consultation which concluded in late 2012, it was brought to our attention that the way in which, for example, Sheffield’s Uplands now look … Continue reading

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