Who will dance with me when I am old?

A series of 11 short films from Autumn 2020 #SmallActsOfHopeAndLamentA daily outdoor practice in the park filmed on a mobile phone, propped on a tree or in a hole in the ground. Movement as a primary language, and a means through which to fall deeply in love with the land. A way of thinking, sensing, […]

Behind Locked Gates

Behind Locked Gates is an inside view of the impact COVID 19 has had within Traveller families and communities. The film explores the hopes, insights, struggles and resilience of individual Travellers, whilst highlighting specific issues connected to daily routines; mental health issues; child care & education; food scarcity and growing; work and livelihoods; post-growth and […]

The Cultured Club

The Cultured Club is dedicated to the sharing of wisdom and knowledge of the invisible microbes capable of creating better host health through the process of fermentation and natural health practices. We see the body as an ecosystem, acknowledging its interconnection and we aim to bring balance to our microbiomes one mouthful at a time. We […]


Ten individuals give personal and sometimes moving accounts of warehouse and food factory work, and reflect on their creative lives within and beyond the workplace. Their stories reveal some of the harsh employment conditions in contemporary capitalist workplaces in these sectors, and confirm the power inequalities inherent in them. Three of the narrators also look […]

Community Apothecary

A vision of a community herbal healthcare hub formed around medicine gardens, with a circular, mutually-supported flow of resources that are responsive to the diversity of the community and its healthcare needs. Plants grown, foraged, harvested collectively and made into medicine communally with skill-sharing and knowledge-building through practical learning at the heart of the process.

The Shieling Project

The Shieling Project is a social enterprise and community-based off-grid education centre in Glenstrathfarrar, near Beauly in the Scottish Highlands. We use the story of the ‘shieling’ (àirigh in Scottish Gaelic) as a route into place-based learning about crofting, horticulture, green building, food growing and cooking, renewable technologies, traditional skills, crafts and culture. The idea is simple: to explore the landscape’s past to help build a more sustainable, resilient future.

Social Farms & Gardens in NI

Since March Social Farms & Gardens in NI (funded by the People and Communities programme of the National Lottery Community Fund) has worked to enable the growing groups in NI to safely encourage ‘growing in their communities’ as an alternative to ‘community growing’.

Sewing Café Lancaster

Run by Victoria Frausin, Sewing Café Lancaster is a grassroots project that advocates for an ethical textile industry and sustainable textile practices. We draw on ideas of conviviality in actualizing “the eight ‘Rs’” – revalue, reconceptualize, restructure, relocate, redistribute, reduce, reuse and recycle in relation to clothes and textile production and consumption.

Grass Roots Remedies co-op

Grass Roots Remedies co-op works in areas of multiple deprivation in Edinburgh, some of the communities being hardest hit by covid-19. With our community herbal clinic now offering digital consultations only and all free community workshops cancelled during this time we are offering free herbal remedies, distributed alongside free food provision services.

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Centre for Human Ecology (CHE)

CHE’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Qkd-glHAoBtneJEau2JyA

McIntosh, A., 2012. ‘The Challenge of Radical Human Ecology to the Academy’ in Williams, L., Roberts, R. and McIntosh, A., 2012. Radical Human Ecology. Ashgate. Available at http://www.alastairmcintosh.com/articles/2012-Radical-Human-Ecology-McIntosh.pdf

Devlin L., Meyerricks S., Winther A. (2019) The Co-operative Intellect: Journeys in Radical Human Ecology. In: Noble M., Ross C. (eds) Reclaiming the University for the Public Good. Palgrave Critical University Studies (attached)

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