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Feature: Post-election Reflection

Feature: Post-election Reflection from Democracy Collaborative’s Sarah McKinley, Shared Asset’s Kate Swade, Redbridge Council’s Simon Parker, and Co-operative UK’s James Wright.‍ From Stir magazine’s Issue 28.

Publication date: 2019-11-01
Parent publication: Stir Magazine
Publication URL: https://www.stirtoaction.com/magazine-issues/issue-28

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