There’s another way to come at the possibility of viable alternatives to the toxic, frozen status-quo – and that’s through thinking about how we work, who we work with, what products and services we produce.

This is about coming together productively, in ways that are not defined by the traditions of the “labour movement” (though of course they travel alongside them, draw from them and adapt their practices). We are connected to quite a few organisations and initiatives – network-literate, and largely from a Gen Y or Z (or even as we put it , ReGen A) background – who pursue alternative forms of working together.

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