The aim is to develop a method of giving future generations a say in current policy-making discussions, by applying Rupert Read's innovative thinking about the nature and ideals of democracy.
Evidence of Impact:
Podcasts / videos
Documents / articles
Invitations as speaker
BBC Radio Norfolk, Radio Tees, & Radio Merseyside (Jan 2012).
Radio Suffolk, Norwich Evening News (circulation c.30k) April 2012.
The Schumacher Institute/Converge project (Bristol), Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture at Bradford (2 / 11 / 2011).
Lancaster ‘Climate philosophy' conference plenary (26-8/ 3 / 2011; audience c.60, mainly from local and regional community plus some University).
Public meeting at Norwich Library at the Forum (15 / 11 / 2012; audience c.20).
Public meeting at Norwich Assembly Rooms (20/3/2012; audience c.45, mostly local community including business community).
Castle stage at Hay Literary Festival (3 / 6 / 12; audience c.75).
Norfolk ‘Peripatetics' 25 / 6 / 12 (a town/gown group, including members of House of Lords and other opinion-makers).
Norfolk Amnesty International Group (15 / 5 / 2013).