Share and reflect on personal experiences


  • Contribute an entry to our anonymous Everyday Austerity online platform to share your personal and professional experiences of the human costs of austerity
  • Open up a conversation with someone in your community, or someone who benefits from a service you either use or work for about their and your experiences of the cuts. What can we learn from someone else’s story? If you learn something worth sharing, please ask them if they would mind you writing anonymously about your conversation and share it with us at Everyday Austerity
  • Ask colleagues or people you know to anonymously complete their everyday experiences of austerity
  • Connect to a local community group or organisation and learn about the issues that are effecting them and what they are doing. Offer information about the campaign, the briefing paper and find out if they would like to connect with the campaign in the future.

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