Apparently in the face of an impending election in the UK the big hitters in the social enterprise sector seek to do business in a politically value neutral space. But then again perhaps that location is not so politically value neutral at all?
It’s an unlikely mix. A Jewish charity providing services to people with learning disabilities and autism, a psychologist who is also a mosaic artist, the Church of England’s Near Neighbours Project, the British Department of Communities and Local Government, The Dragonfly Collective and the London suburb Edgware (kind of like any suburb in Melbourne ‘at the end of the line’).
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