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Ragged Talks

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Ragged events are about getting together in social spaces, putting our feet up, breaking bread, and enjoy learning something new.

Anyone can do a talk, you just have to love your subject.  You can talk on any subject, at any level; the point here is people animate their subject when they care about it.  It is also good to learn through teaching and discussing.  The content has to fit within the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  The Ragged spaces are a-religious, a-political, and a-corporate; in as much as these institutions of Politics, Religion and Corporacy occupy other primary areas of life.


Life on a boatBetting on FamineThe free project


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Here are some of the talks which have happened…


  • Life on a boat
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    12th Sept 2019: Freedom in the Fridge by Sara Louise Dobson
    21st August 2019
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    The Problematic Links Between Technology Use in Learning and Sustainability: Views From An Educator
    27th May 2019
  • The free project
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    The Free Project; Opening Doors To Freedom by Emma Hammond
    1st April 2019
  • Betting on Famine
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    Betting on Famine; Why The World Still Goes Hungry by Alex Dunedin
    22nd March 2019
  • Aloneness
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    Loneliness and Social Isolation by Alex Dunedin
    5th December 2018
  • The Ranters
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    Civil War; Ranters, Quakers and Revolution by Richard Gunn
    4th December 2018