The six Policy Consultation Papers published by the Sadiq Khan campaign on October 16th offer plenty for Changing London to celebrate and a great many gaps to be filled. That’s not a criticism, these are after all consultation papers, but it is a challenge and one to which the Changing London community has some ready …
This should be an exciting event on the future of London, organised by our friends at Compass. Wednesday 19th August, 8PM til late Roundhouse, Camden, NW1 8EH Tickets here Join Compass for an evening of politics and performance at the Roundhouse. Immerse yourself in the major new installation realised in collaboration with Block9, the designers …
David is speaking at an event on 9th September from 1.00pm – 2.00pm at the Young Foundation, discussing the ideas raised in the book. Find out more and book your ticket here.
The London Papers will draw out themes from all the contributions made to Changing London.
The first asks, “What if the Mayor, its businesses, public services, charities and citizens determined to make London the greatest place on Earth to raise a child?”
The second asks how we build a city in which we all feel we belong?
The third asks how we craft a more equal city? We are the greatest city in the world, perhaps, but for whom? And at what?
The fourth asks how we retool democracy in London for the 21st century.
The fifth asks how we build a healthy city which does no harm and tackles sickness at source.