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About Rhiannon Colvin

Rhiannon Colvin is a facilitator, activist, writer and social entrepreneur passionate about developing new ways of learning, working and living to create individual and collective empowerment. She has participated in various direct action movements and cofounded organisations such as The Really Open University and AltGen. She is currently doing a Mistress: a year of self led study exploring the relationship between mental health, economy, gender and culture. Find her on Medium @rhithink. 

Articles by Rhiannon Colvin

This week’s front page editor

Rosemary Bechler is a mainsite editor of openDemocracy

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Why aren’t we thriving at work?

With mental health problems forcing thousands of people out of their jobs, we need to fundamentally re-imagine the role that work plays in our lives.  

Love, anger and social transformation

The politics of the future must embrace all that makes us human: our anger, our pain, our joy and our love.

Re-imagining the future of work

An extract from Resist! Against a precarious future, a new book on young people and politics.

How co-operatives can help Generation Y take control over their future

Co-operatives can give a generation of graduates the chance to reclaim their future.

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