Links I Liked

I’m usually no fan of Private Eye, but this is great (click to expand)Zuckerberg discovers government

Open Access books are downloaded seven times more, cited 50% more, and mentioned online ten times more than non OA.

Thinking Politically is the easy bit. It’s the Working Politically that is almost impossible. Really good summary of lessons from Lavinia Tyrrel & Graham Teskey

Kate Raworth went down a storm to a packed house + overspill room at the LSE recently, launching Doughnut Economics, debating with economist Oriana Bandiera, and putting up with me as chair. The podcast got 14k downloads in the first week.

Check out ‘Beautiful Rising’. Remarkable website for activists with stories, theory, guidelines etc

Great graphic. A person escapes extreme poverty every second, but 8% of world’s population still lives below the poverty line. It needs to go up to 1.5 per sec to the hit first SDG.

This is lovely. Why does activism prefer extroverts (noisy, quick, confrontational)? How can introverts make change happen through slow, quiet activism? Sarah Corbett explains


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