Join fellow campaigners and change-makers, from organisations large and small, to explore an instance of social change. How did it happen? What did it look and feel like from the inside? Who needed to be involved?
This month we’ll be hearing about the Campaign to Save the Joiners Arms in Bethnal Green. So far, it has secured a landmark planning decision by Tower Hamlets Council to protect and, crucially, financially support the LGBTQ venue, which was under threat from development.
We’ll be joined by:
Dwayne Clarke (The Joiners Lives On)
Liam Barrington-Bush (community organiser)
John Pierce (local councillor)
How was social power built, deployed and developed? What were the critical moments of change? What happens now?