Positive Money – Meeting in Swansea on Tuesday 3 July

Justin Lilley of the campaign group ‘Positive Money’ will be speaking at a Public Meeting in Swansea on Tuesday 3rd July.

Positive Money is a not-for-profit research and campaigning organisation formed in May 2010 to raise awareness of the deep flaws in our current monetary system.

They work to identify the links between the current banking and monetary system and the serious social, economic and ecological problems that face the UK and the world today.

Keith M Ross of Swansea Green Party said, “With the international financial system unravelling at the seams it’s obvious that we need a different solution to running our economies.  To return to the very system that got us into trouble in the first place is not a sensible option.

“We are delighted to host this talk by ‘Positive Money’ at a time when people are crying out for alternatives. “

Organised by Swansea Green Party, the meeting will be on Tuesday 3rd July at 7:30pm in The Environment Centre, Pier Street, Swansea, SA1 1RY.

Entry is free and everyone is welcome.

Notes :

1.      More details of Positive Money at: http://www.positivemoney.org.uk/

2.      Justin Lilley was raised in Swansea and attended Olchfa School before taking a degree in Law and Criminology at Cardiff University.  He describes himself as a “disabled father of one, social activist and entrepreneur.”  He is a volunteer with Rounded Developments in Cardiff (http://www.sustainablebuildingresource.co.uk/) and has been involved with Positive Money for the last year.

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One response to this post.

  1. Small piece in today’s Evening Post (page 14) about the meeting in which they refer to “alleged flaws in the UK’s financial system”. You’d think a newspaper would have more of a grasp of what’s happening in the real world!

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