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Simon is the founder of the Good Country Party, a Party "for people like you".

Gary has been in the Self-Advocacy movement since 1984 and was a founder of the People First Movement in the UK.

Baroness Ruth Lister, co-chair of the Compass management committee, and Sue Goss, author of Open Tribe, discuss whether we really can do politics differently?

Andy began the Focallocal campaign - free hugs, bubbles, community pillow fights, open skill sharing, community food gardens, theatre projects for prostitutes and other fringe groups.

Penny, from the Racial Justice Network, and journalist and human rights campaigner Zrinka on how migrants can be electoral kingmakers 

Pat Kane is a one-time pop star and activist behind FutureFest. Indra Adnan is a psychotherapist, consultant and founder of Soft Power Network.

'Wee in the shower to save water". It doesn't sound like it could catch on. But 'Go With The Flow' founders Debs and Chris are proving the doubters wrong.

Keith is director of the National Secular Society and a humanist activist

Maryam is the leading face of Bahrain's pro-democracy movement.

Peter is the Mayor of Frome, northeast Somerset, the author of Flatpack Democracy.

Peter MacLeod is the co-founder and principal of MASS LBP, an innovative organisation based in Toronto. 

Charlotte and Matilda are both deeply dissatisfied with our current economic and political system - and they're each doing something about it

Vinay is one of the world’s leading thinkers on infrastructure theory and state failure solutions.

Neal is elected chair of the progressive democratic think-tank, Compass, co-producers of Change:HOW? 2015


Engin Isin is Professor of citizenship at the Open University, and a 'professional immigrant', 'future citizen' and 'subject of politics'. 

Amelia is a Swedish politician and member of Sweden's Pirate Party. She was the youngest member of the European Parliament until 2014.

Kathleen is the main organising force behind both The Food Assembly and Incredible Edible Southwark.

Michael is an actor by trade, but he got fired up by Russell Brand's talk of revolution and he wants one of his own. Through the ballot box. 

Diana is a feminist campaigner and creator of the The Moon Inside You.

Wen-Yu is one of the founders of Rethinking Economics

Spiros Rapanakis was Syriza's youngest candidate in the 2015 Greek general election and is a member of its executive committee.

A celebrated writer, a visionary theatre-maker, and a creative force, Stella is a prolific author but these days, her heart is in 'Fun Palaces'.

Paul Chatterton is starting a revolution in the way we think about housing - co‐founder of a pioneering ecological, affordable, cohousing neighbourhood

Uffe Elbaek is a pretty different sort of MP from Denmark, ex-Culture Minister, rebel initiator of the new transnational party 'The Alternative'. 

Louise Wallwein was brought up in 13 different children's homes and wrote her first play at the age of 17. Chris Thorpe is an internationally acclaimed theatre director and writer. 

Sirio Canos is a member of the London circle for Spain's ground-breaking Podemos Party, now topping the polls in Spain. 

Mark Boyle - the world famous 'Moneyless Man'

Julian Agyeman - academic & campaigner for 'just sustainabilities'

Stella Creasy - Labour & Co-operative MP for Walthamstow. Feminist badass.

COMING UP...

Giles Fraser Uffe Elbaek  Stella Creasy•Syriza•Podemos Flatpack Democracy•Peter Tatchell•   Bob & Roberta Smith•Bite The Ballot Alternativet• The Revolution Will Be Televised Pirate Party Stella Duffy• The Trussell Trust •Emily Brothers•Vouliwatch Greece • David Lammy • Igor Stokfiszewski • Maryam Al Khawaja • Campaign Bootcamp • Alex Andreou • Natasha Walter •Women for Refugee Women •Ivor Dembina • Krytyka Polityczna • Labour Party• Common Weal • UK Uncut • Green Party • Kurdish Federation • Phelim McDermott  • Signature Pictures• Radical Independence Campaign • John Harris • Diana Fabianova • Hope Not Hate • Linda Jack • MyStroudMP • The Real Junk Food Project • OpenDemocracy• NEON• Generation Rent• London Black Revs• Justice For Cleaners - SOAS•  Yorkshire First •WWF •Signature Pictures •Rethinking Economics •NEF•Mass LBP Canada •Moneyless Man •350.org •  NHS Hackdays•Chris Thorpe Signature Pictures 

Compass •People At Play

 

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'"There is no use trying," said Alice; "one can't believe impossible things." "I dare say you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."

- Lewis Carroll, Alice In Wonderland

HERE'S HOW IT WENT DOWN ON FEBRUARY 8TH, 2015

A POLITICAL FESTIVAL. AN IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE.

AN INVIGORATING DAY WITH A WILDLY DIVERSE LINE UP. 

REAL HUMAN POLITICS FROM 100 PEOPLE WHO'VE DECIDED TO MAKE THE CHANGE THEY WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD.

'We are the ones we've been waiting for.'

June Jordon, South Africa

@ ISLINGTON METAL WORKS

Islington Metal Works is Europe's oldest alternative club, two-minutes from Angel Underground, and five-minutes on the tube from Kings Cross. Look for the tank.  

Metal has a fully heated glass roofed central courtyard (with a bar in an old tube carriage) - open all day for hearty fresh food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Plus live entertainment.

If you have any access or childcare needs just get in touch with us as soon as you can - jacqui@compassonline.org.uk - we're happy to help. 

 

(11am doors) NOON TO 5PM (LAST ORDERS 6)

We start late (it is a Sunday) and we know how rigidity can inhibit creativity... Doors open at 11am for a mid-day start. The bar closeS at 6.30pm. 

Wall-to-wall, back-to-back storytelling: 15 minute sessions with 100 remarkable world-beaters who will then dive into the crowd to meet you. 

No formal lunch break, no herding about, no megaphones. Just dip in and out as you fancy. Hang out with a speaker, take a break for a bite to eat, jump from one session into another. YOU are entirely in control of your own day.