Mike Miller, Organise Training Centre

March 30, 2014 | By: James Whelan

Organising does two central things to rectify the problem of power imbalance. It builds a permanent base of people power so that dominant financial and institutional power can be challenged and held accountable to values of greater social, environmental and economic justice. And it transforms individuals and communities, making them mutually respectful co-creators of public life, rather than passive objects of decisions made by others.
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James Whelan

James Whelan

James is founding co-director of the Change Agency and co-director of the Community Organising Fellowship.

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