A new report which explores what we can learn from the co-operatives in the sector, and how we can take steps towards early years, education and apprenticeship systems which put accountability, democracy and affordability at their heart.
Community Power is co-operative politics. It is a hopeful, radical and above all deeply practical belief that change can and should happen from the bottom up. That when ordinary people have a say and own a stake in their future, extraordinary things happen. And that to make this happen we have to upend the power imbalances that characterise Britain, to create a new settlement where communities are empowered to lead.
There are simple steps that we can do individually and at a local government level to make a difference, and campaign for food justice. This document details what those steps are.