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Who is my neighbour?

As part of its Coffeehouse Challenge, the RSA is holding an online discussion at on Tue 30 October from 7-8pm on “Who Is My Neighbour?”.

  • Do neighbours still exist?
  • Who am I responsible for looking after?
  • What do good neighbours do?
  • And bad ones?
  • What do I accept or try to change in my neighbour’s behaviour?
  • What’s my contribution to my neighbourhood?
  • Is my neighbourhood real or virtual?

If you’d like to participate, email Catherine Shovlin FRSA to register your interest.

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