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Talkin Bout our Generation: Cambridge Commons to convene assembly for Millennials

People try to put us down, just because we get around. So sang The Who in 1965. What would be the Millennials’ version? With Brexit, a housing crisis and rising inequality, Millenials in Cambridge face an uncertain future. Join us on at 2pm on Saturday 4 March to for an afternoon assembly to spell out what …

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Imagine public transport in Cambridge that works for everyone

George Weyman, 2016 Oct 8 Transport is a hot topic right now in Cambridge.  A major Travel to Work Area, unprecedented growth, City Deal, new railway station – how can we use these opportunities to build a transport infrastructure that is fair for everyone? You can explore the possibilities at the Central Library on Saturday 5 November, between …

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Community life in Cambridge: How can we make change through collective action?

George Weyman, 2016 Sep 20 How do we shape democratic change in our local community through collective action? How can we contribute to influencing the direction Cambridge is heading in? What can we do to put progressive values into planning and development of our city? These are some of the questions we will be discussing …

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What’s our vision for Cambridge?

George Weyman, 2016 Sep 13 What is the vision of The Cambridge Commons?  What are our values and how will we apply them? How can we best work together to achieve these goals?These were among the questions a group of regular volunteers asked ourselves recently during a workshop at Allia’s Future Business Centre. We began by exploring what …

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New chair of The Cambridge Commons

 Hello – I’m George, the incoming chair of The Cambridge Commons. With Jean Goodrick as vice-chair, I’m taking over the role from the formidable Stuart Weir who over the last couple of years has established us as an influential research & publishing organisation on issues of inequality and community. We have also organised events on big …

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