It is a General Election year. The mainstream political spectrum has turned grey, dull and out of touch. Apathy and disconnect rein free among the population. But grey doesn’t have to be the way.
On February 8th 2015 Change:How? returns.
100 Visionaries. 100 Stories. 100 Days before an election.
We know there are countless people out there who are already living and breathing brilliant ways in which our world could be an altogether better one. On February 8th 2015, join us to hang out with 100 of them.
Hear ideas of how to change yourself, Britain, and maybe even the world: a nurse who knows how to solve the A&E crisis. A student who knows how to get politicians to listen. A local trader who’s stopping their high street from becoming yet another identikit row of chain stores.
Come prepared to be challenged, come prepared to take action, come prepared to be inspired by imaginative ways in which we might occupy our future.
The doors will open at 11am, the stories will begin from noon. 100 speakers, across five totally different stages. And in the centre of the venue (around the bar, naturally) is a space to meet. With comfy sofas, live music, and room to be inspired. No lunch break, no herding from place to place, no megaphone. Dip in and out, create your own day, and leave with a party bag full of emotional and intellectual inspiration.
When: Sunday 8th February 2015
Where: Islington Metal Works, 7 Torrens Street, Angel, London EC1V 1NQ
Time: 11:00 am – 18:00 pm