Don’t meet the people where they are

It has been a ridiculously busy week, dear readers. On Wednesday we celebrated the launch of E tū, the new union formed from the merger of the EPMU and SFWU. And Thursday and Friday I had the great privilege of attending a workshop with Anat Shenker-Osorio, the author of Don’t Buy It and a thoroughly inspiring speaker on progressive politics and communication.

She’s on Q&A this Sunday, 9am on TV One, and I highly recommend tuning in. Here’s some tasters of her style and thinking.

On trying to capture the middle (which may make it obvious why I’m a fangirl):


On education and the language of investment:


On how we deal with inequality: