July 2014

ddnjulyIn this month’s issue of DDN…

‘While we have been encouraged to focus on the “canaries in the mine”, those who are the
first visible casualties of a sick society, fixing them and returning them to productive life, we have been discouraged, interestingly, from looking at the mine itself…’

In July’s issue of DDN Alistair Sinclair, Director of UKRF talks about the British recovery movement and its vital role in looking for ‘the good, the true and the beautiful’ in our deficit-based society. Click on the links below to read more, and don’t forget to join the discussion by commenting, tweeting and liking our Facebook page.

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