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May – 2012 – Occupy Design UK
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Archive for May, 2012

Wanna Cause Some Beautiful Trouble?

Wanna Cause Some Beautiful Trouble?

Beautiful Trouble is a new book and web toolbox that puts the accumulated wisdom of decades of creative protest into the hands of the next generation of change-makers. Combining practical and theoretical resources for creative activism this amazing book will be helpful to any Occupy Designers in need of creative inspiration. More info: http://beautifultrouble.org/


Can We Imagine A Different Relation To Debt?

Can We Imagine A Different Relation To Debt?

Debt is everywhere. It designs our lives and the whole world. Debt takes the power from the people and gives it in to the hands of bankers and experts. But Debt wasn’t always what it is today. Can we imagine a different relation to Debt? Our friends at Memefest are calling for work for their […]


Training For Exploitation? A resource pack for Art and Design students and workers

Training For Exploitation? A resource pack for Art and Design students and workers

Mainstream curriculum in schools, universities, academies and colleges trains us to become exploited cultural workers.  Yet many lecturers, teachers and students out there are working to resist this and create alternatives. What we all need is an anti-precarity alternative education curriculum! After months of research, meetings and debates, the Precarious Workers Brigade have finally put together a resource […]


Whose Debt? Why Finance Is To Blame For The Crisis

Whose Debt? Why Finance Is To Blame For The Crisis

Graph of the week: why everything George Osborne says about the economy is wrong. That tiny yellow blob on the UK bar is what British politics is obsessed by – the government’s debt. That monstrous green chunk is the great unmentionable – the financial system’s debt. A catastrophe in waiting. Even more reason to Debrand […]