Pauline Hadaway's articles
Cooperative College conference
‘Days of Hope? Exploring the Co-operators Yearbooks (1917-22)’ at the Co-operative Education Conference 2016.
My paper presents findings from early explorations of the Co-operator’s Yearbooks following six months’ research in the National Co-operative Archive, Holyoake House, Manchester. The research began with an interest in the Cooperative movement’s role in rebuilding society and the economy following the First World War.
The conference will be held in the Geoffrey Manton building, on the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) Manchester Campus, just off Oxford Road opposite Manchester Aquatics Centre.
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Home Office quotas for resettling refugees are mean spirited and serve muddled political ends. Worst of all-for me - they're an offence to the generosity of millions of British citizens. @kenanmalik on the shambles in Afghanistan. theguardian.com/commentisfree…
@thephilippics locates the weakness that led to the collapse of the Afghan state 'at the core of the global political system, and not in a remote imperial outpost'. Sharp and right to the point. spiked-online.com/2021/08/20/…
@thephilippics While the Tories dismantle the neoliberal economy, Labour finds new ways of servicing demands for flexible working. Maybe not so new. I remember the Tories playing the same trick back in the '90s. theguardian.com/politics/2021…