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How we are going to transform the relationships between people, technology and place over the next two years, thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund

Working in an ambitious partnership with C2 Connecting Communities, Manchester School of Architecture, The Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health, and half a dozen friends and allies, have collectively won £220,000 from the largest funder of community activity in the UK.

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The second episode of the GFSC podcast

David Hayward and Rachele Evaroa join Kim to talk about the infiltration of all our social lives by Facebook, and how things are probably worse for venues now than they were 10 years ago.

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By popular demand our first episode "How government technology limits who we can become" is out today

Mallory Moore, Zara Manoehoetoe, and Dr Kim Foale discuss technologies of state and empire that control our lives. With a special focus on UK trans legal status and lengthy prison sentences given to black teenagers for sending text messages in Manchester.

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A first look at our new zine on making events more inclusive for everyone

When we asked our collaborators for affirming or positive experiences they’ve had at events we heard “the best I’ve had is mediocre.” We want to believe that this is not because of a lack of understanding and responsibility, but for a lack of guidance and resources.

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