PIRC Team

Dora Meade

Dora Meade

Network


Network Lead & Direction Group

For me, building diverse networks is key to the success of any framing intervention. As Network Lead, I focus on how we create communities that are able to work, and speak, together. Alongside this I keep an eye on who is in PIRC’s network, growing and diversifying who accesses our work. As part of the flat structure in the Direction Group, I have worked on governance and convened strategy discussions.

I am also a facilitator and qualitative researcher; I co-authored the Framing the Economy report and a communications handbook for equality bodies. I have a particular interest in how we communicate, and bring about, a new economy.  Before joining PIRC in 2016, I was the Lead Organiser at Positive Money and Political Editor of Shoppinghour Magazine. I am an urbanite stuck in rural mid-Wales. Please send help.

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Recent posts by Dora:

Part 5: Resources for Action

Pandemic Response: Part 5Resources for Action An evolving resource Action is the antidote to despair. Joan Baez Resources for solidarity, support & mental health: Local Organising to Support the Most Vulnerable in Our CommunitiesCovid-19 Mutual Aid UK On living your best self indoorsNim Ralph Resources for communicating about COVID-19: National Covid-19 Messaging DocumentASO Communications TalkingRead more

Part 4: Metaphors

Pandemic Response: Part 4Metaphors Coming soon

Part 3: Beliefs for change

Pandemic Response: Part 3Beliefs for Change An evolving resource Only a crisis – actual or perceived – produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around. Milton Friedman So what are the ideas that are lying around? You may not share Milton Friedman’s opinionRead more

Part 2: Messages of Hope

Pandemic Response: Part 2Messages of Hope An evolving resource When we drop fear, we can draw nearer to people [in some ways at least], we can draw nearer to the earth, we can draw nearer to all the heavenly creatures that surround us. bell hooks We have in the past week been grateful to receiveRead more

Part 1: Unimaginable times

Pandemic Response: Part 1Unimaginable times An evolving resource Just a few weeks ago, this moment was unimaginable. We would not have believed the headlines, or been able to picture how the high street looks today. COVID-19 has abruptly pressed pause on anything that resembles ‘normal’ day-to-day life. This is a moment of anxiety. We areRead more

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