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STIR SPRING ISSUE LAUNCH: ‘Anarchists in the Boardroom’ with Liam Barrington-Bush

To celebrate their latest issue, STIR invite contributor Liam Barrington-Bush to discuss how organisations are horizontalising their practices.


STIR SPRING ISSUE LAUNCH:‘Anarchists in the Boardroom’
with Liam Barrington-Bush

Wednesday June 25th, 7pm
Entry £3, redeemable against any purchase

To celebrate their latest issue, STIR invite contributor Liam Barrington-Bush to discuss how organisations are horizontalising their practices, open-sourcing their operations, and inviting the public to participate in previously hierarchical decision making processes – issues covered in Liam’s book ‘Anarchists in the Boardroom'.

The Spring Issue of STIR includes articles such as:

Liam Barrington-Bush’s The Open Office looks at how organisations are open sourcing their operations and inviting the public in to participate.

In an interview with Earth Lawyer Polly Higgins we talk about her work to have ecocide – the mass destruction of an ecosystem – recognised as an international crime.

Justseeds Artists’ Co-op explain their co-operative model for making and selling politically meaningful and effective art for social movements.

Shareable writer Beth Buczynski looks around the thousands of self-organised events taking place during this year’s Sharing Spring.

Is Sharing an Economy? Adam Parsons from Sharing the World’s Resources analyses recent criticisms of the sharing movement as venture capital begins to take an interest.

Jack Paris’ Barxa tells the tragic story of the death of the Spanish countryside and the possibility for a rural renaissance.

Jacob Stringer’s Lessons from Spain: The People vs The Banks reports on the success of Spain’s anti-eviction movement, Plataforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca.


Liam Barrington-Bush | talks


Date and Time:

25 June 2014 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Housmans Bookshop
5 Caledonian Road
King’s Cross
N1 9DX
020 7837 4473

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