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Learning from Communities: A Conversation with Cormac Russell

The study of communities and community-building activities can provide important insights into collaboration within and between organisations. Over the last 21 years Cormac Russell has worked in 35 countries, with communities, agencies, non-governmental organisations and governments. 8,942 more words

Systems Thinking

Side Hustlin' Sunday: Murray Hill National

For those of you who are down with surveys, focus groups and market research studies, I have a link here for Murray Hill National… 81 more words

Surveys

Gender Recognition Act consultation

On December 11th, trans representatives from Galop, CliniQ and FTM London got together with staff from the Government Equalities Office (GEO) to discuss needed changes to the Gender Recognition Act 2004 (GRA) and current problems in the process of getting a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC), the document that makes officiant a change in registered gender. 1,258 more words

Documents

Becoming an Author - UPDATES - Writing Groups & The Query Letter

As part of my series of Becoming an Author, I am here to say that I have finally taken two very important steps in the process. 289 more words

Writing

Thor: Ragnarok

I read the New York Times and when they review a film like this, someone invariably writes in the comments “Why do you even review it if you hate films like this so much?” And I have to say I’m starting to feel a little like that… I’m not really into this type of film (although I do invariably see them all) so… why write a review saying how tepid and bland I find it, rather than just say nothing and let all the people who are into it go on without me? 356 more words

Reviews

Focus Groups for Football Clubs - some lessons

I feel very lucky doing the kind of work I do. I love the interaction with supporters, with officials, directors, owners. There are so many dynamics and relationships in a football club, and they need understanding, people need listening to, conversations need to happen. 499 more words