Congratulations to the winners of the “Another World is Possible Essay Competition”, Adam Driver (Over 19) and Alexandra Orr (Under 19). Their essays, as well as the runner-ups Francisco Hernandez and Molly Pottinger-Coombes are available to read here.
The winners of the 2015 Labour History Project essay competition have been announced, congratulations to Adam Driver, Francisco Hernández and Alexandra Orr.
For the second time, the Labour History Project is running an essay competition to inspire debate on alternative futures and invites progressive New Zealanders of all ages to offer visions and strategies that would enable a future world where inequality is eradicated.
The winners of the LHP’s first “Another World Is Possible” essay competition have been announced.
An extract from ‘Let’s Talk Utopia’ by Mike Marqusee. For those interested in the “Another World is Possible” essay competition, the extract is offered not as an example of the style or content they should follow – those are matters for entrants to the competition to decide for themselves. Instead, it may provide ideas, inspiration and a refreshing alternative to routine patterns of thought.
The Labour History Project is holding an essay competition to inspire debate on alternative futures. At a time when people internationally are turning against economic policies that further inequality, when conventional political solutions are losing their authority, and when popular movements are restoring hope in radical idealism, we welcome entries from progressive New Zealanders of all ages that offer visions and pathways for a fairer and brighter society.