ALTER Group in ACT

If you haven't heard of the Lib Dems' new private social networking facility ACT, then you are missing a lot of 'ACTivity'! ALTER now has a Group in ACT, where you can join discussion on topical subjects. We have already recruited new ALTER members this way, in less than a week since creating the Group. So please tell your friends about ALTER in ACT.

1 Dec 2009

Equality, Banking and Land

The Coalition for Economic Justice (CEJ) of which ALTER is a member, is planning a one-day conference for the Spring, in the run-up to the General Election, on the subject of Equality. CEJ is working with the Equality Trust to bring together an even broader group of campaigners (mainly those working on anti-poverty and banking reform), trying to work out how these campaigns link.

30 Dec 2009

LANDSCAPE winter 09

This may be the last issue of ALTER's newsletter Landscape that is offered as a free download to ALTER members. To ensure that you continue to receive Landscape, if you are not already a paid-up ALTER member go to the Join Us page on our website. We are about to move to a new site, where membership benefits such as Landscape may be password protected. With the cost of our main activity (attending Lib Dem Conference) going up in recent years, we are likely to increase our subs at the AGM in March. So join now.

30 Dec 2009

Facing issues when implementing LVT

At a General Meeting of the Coalition for Economic Justice, on Friday 22nd January in London, at the School of Economic Science, a packed room heard speakers from four organisations set out some of the problems with implementing Land Value Taxation in Britain today.

1 Feb 2010

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