A bit of new radicalism

It has been great for We Are What We Do to be included in the Britain’s New Radicals list, launched today by The Observer and NESTA.

We obviously understand that this kind of list has to be representative, rather than comprehensive, and there have already been plenty more people and organisations added through the surrounding debate on the Guardian site.

Most exciting for us, this is a chance to start some new conversations with other people on the list and, over the next few weeks, we’ll be making a point to reach out to some people like Andy Bradley, Dougald Hine and Michael Acton Smith to talk about where the stuff we’re doing might overlap in interesting ways.

One thought on “A bit of new radicalism

  1. You really make it seem really easy with your presentation however I in finding this topic to be really one thing that I think I’d by no means understand. It sort of feels too complex and very huge for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I will attempt to get the hang of it!

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