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  1. John Diamond
    June 3, 2020 @ 4:38 pm

    Really enjoyed reading this Jo and made me think a lot about the ways in which policy and practice is ‘professionalised ‘ so that it rules out emotions and feelings. And how important it is to consciously and deliberately hold onto the personal in our understanding of how individuals experience the systems society / capital has created to maintain difference and power. And equally how important it is through alliances that we seek out those spaces or find the room to manoeuvre such that we can be creatively disruptive ! Good luck and take care.

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  2. Jen Greenslade
    June 7, 2020 @ 10:28 pm

    Wow, Jo, powerful writing and stimulating reading…..makes me wish I was still in FE so I could go to the conference. Love the term creative disruption, sounds like a description of my sewing room!

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