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Cormac Russell

What Does a One-room Schoolhouse in Michigan Have to Do With Greece, Europe, Democracy and the Now Floundering Economic Globalization Experiment?
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On January 25th the far left Syriza Party won 149 seats out of 300 in Greece's parliamentary elections and formed a coalition with the fringe right wing independent party. Both parties are fused together in trenchant opposition to the austerity measures imposed on their country by the Troika (the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund) as a means of dealing with the aftermath of the 2008 Great Recession.

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Axiom News gathered 25 creative local change-makers for three lunch conversations in late January, to explore a new media-making, learning and community-building project: The Peterborough Dialogues.

The third day's group found kindred spirits and deep connection among people whose main interests are as varied as environmental education, local business, anti-poverty work, storytelling and local food. Here are some of the reactions to that day. Videos from the first two days are here and here.

The Peterborough Dialogues are just weeks away from public launch. To stay up to date, join the mailing list at peterboroughdialogues.ca.

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