365 Ways to Change the World

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Oct 1, 2006 - Change - 384 pages
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Compiled using information from leading campaign organisations, this essential handbook suggests how the smallest actions can impact on your local community and the wider world.

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365 ways to change the world: how to make a difference--one day at a time

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For the activist hunting down fresh inspiration or the beginner looking for a place to start, the founder of the UK's Centre for Innovation in Voluntary Action provides this practical, inventive idea ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Michael Norton is the founder of the Directory of Social Change - the UK's leading agency providing information, training and support to voluntary organisations, the Centre for Innovation in Voluntary Action (CIVA) and YouthBank UK. He has also established Changemakers and an international summer school for young activists: Young People Change the World! He has also written numerous books on fundraising and charity.

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