Phil Moore is currently travelling through the Americas on a Permaculture tour meeting all kinds of people, projects and places that work to restore the natural world and unite people. Here he writes about his experience at the Chico Mendes Reforestation Project in Guatemala. The Chico Mendes Reforestation Project has been planting trees since 1998. […]

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People United believe that arts and creativity are a valuable way to develop cohesive, more resilient, and more understanding communities. Of course, we aren’t the only ones who think this, and recently I was able to see four very different pieces of participatory work bringing about connections between people through the arts. Although all different, […]

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Slung Low’s base sits proudly in a semi-derelict part of Holbeck; a post industrial suburb of Leeds where unemployment is high and from which many people have vacated in preparation for a regeneration project yet to show its face. Behind high steel gates, and in front of three enclosed railway arches (which form the main […]

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I (along with about 70 others) volunteered to be part of Hamish Fulton’s walk at Turner Contemporary on Friday 20th April, 2012. We were asked to walk the width of the forecourt to the gallery – about 6 metres – but to take one hour to do it and, to do it in total silence.  […]

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My meetings with Devinda and John from the National Theatre Wales coincided with what forecasters call inclement weather.  Just before Christmas I visited the HQ of the National Theatre in central Cardiff.  My train delayed by a lightning strike, I arrived to be greeted by tea, mince pies and a wall of photos of smiling […]

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