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We Can Win

For decades our towns and cities have been under economic attack. Once-thriving industries, and the communities built around them, have been decimated, boarded-up and forgotten.

The change we need won’t come from disconnected politicians in Westminster. Profit-hungry corporations can’t be trusted to build a fairer economy. It’s up to us.

It’s us who know our communities: the challenges we face and the solutions we need. It’s us who have the biggest hopes for our own futures. So it’s us who need to take the lead on building that future.

We Can Win is finding and training courageous leaders with big, bold ideas for their local area. We’re bringing together, organising and supporting local people who are forging a new path to a better economy, stronger communities, and a fairer future.

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Wednesday February 14 2018 With Our Brexit, we’ll influence the issues from the ground up.

When I was growing up, I always thought I’d work in the health sector and that politics didn’t concern me. It wasn’t until a year ago that I realised that not only does it concern me, but it affects all young people and our future.

Wednesday February 14 2018 The Power of Listening and Community Organising

In 2017, four teams of volunteer Migrant Leaders led action to address key issues facing migrant communities in their local areas of the UK; Boston, Oldham, Wolverhampton and Barking and Dagenham.

Tuesday February 13 2018 Video: What is the City of London Corporation?

Watch this short video explaining why democracy doesn't quite add up in the City Square Mile.

Tuesday February 13 2018 Why we need improved access to cycling in Loughborough

We are a group of cyclists who live and ride in the Loughborough area and would like to see local cycling provision meet the standard set by the Netherlands.