2020 has forced us to deal with unwanted change in many parts of our lives. In addition to the practicalities of working (or not), raising kids and maintaining our relationships under COVID conditions, many of our clients are feeling the deeper systemic challenges too. People seem to be sensing the broader context of climate disruption, racism, social inequality or post-truth power-plays in a much more visceral way. It’s like our sensitivity to change has an added rawness – we’re feeling that bit more vulnerable to the seismic shifts underfoot. How we navigate this experience well is a question most people seem to be asking in some form.Visit Link
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Official channels are things like grievance procedures, ombudsmen and courts. They are supposed to resolve problems and provide justice. However, trust in official channels can be misplaced: in many cases they may give only an illusion of a solution. In Official Channels, Brian Martin tells what he has learned about formal procedures set up to…
Jason Macleod is a member of the Change Agency team: a dedicated activist educator, mentor and strategist. Having dropped out of university in 1991, Jason hitched to northern Queensland then made his way to Papua New Guinea. Hiking and paddling the Sepik, he made his way into a remote part of West Papua where he contracted malaria….