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A taste of Squares and Beyond

A medley of voices from the Day Two debrief on the LSE seminar. From the Squares and Beyond partnership.

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29 July 2015
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Those who participated in the debrief session on day two, reflect on what they will take away from the seminar.

Buket Turkmen, Babken Der Grigorian, Robin McAlpine, Chris Psarra, Armine Ishkanian, Fazila Bhimji and Mihai Varga -  on violence, new forms of citizen activism, lessons from the Scottish independence referendum campaign, how to build solidarity in an era of austerity, civic activism in neoliberal times, the neutrality of the social movements researcher, activism in the Ukraine and transnational solidarity.

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