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Can you display a poster to help us Disrupt Poverty in Leeds?

Can you help us to get the word out about our next Disrupting Poverty Event?  We have three lovely posters for you to display on websites or on walls.  If you are using them online and can add a link … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Disrupting Poverty July 2012 From the Director of Leeds Mind

I attended this event for the first time today and got a lot from it. I was particularly interested in the combination of the mapping of the LSAOs (Lower Super Output Areas – just a handful of streets, a thousand … Continue reading

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An Update on Our Last Disrupting Poverty Event

We thought you might like a progress report on our efforts to disrupt poverty in Leeds. What happened at the April Results Factory to Disrupt Poverty in Leeds? Once again about 40 people from across the city came together because … Continue reading

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The Peoples Power

Come and meet them at Disrupting Poverty in Leeds http://dispov.eventbrite.co.uk/ What’s thePeoplesPower.co.uk all about? In a few words – Collective Energy Purchasing. To sign-up (it’s free and there’s no obligation): http://www.thepeoplespower.co.uk/ We think the relationship between energy suppliers and household consumers … Continue reading

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Combatting Debt

West Leeds Debt Forum Poster 2012

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Disrupting Poverty Results Factory: What Happened?

40 people from across the city came together in Harehills because they were concerned about the impact of poverty in Leeds; because they know that we cannot claim to be a good city, never mind a great one while 1 … Continue reading

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Disrupting Poverty – A Results Factory

Leeds aspires to be The Best City in the UK. But to the 23% of Leeds’ children who live in poverty, rising to almost 50% in some communities, this must seem a very distant goal. What can we do about … Continue reading

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