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Stories by Sean Wilson

Is democracy possible?

Opinion|By Sean Wilson
It’s not easy to feel optimistic about democracy these days. In his important new book, Teardown: Rebuilding Democracy from the Ground Up, activist and author Dave Meslin tackles our democratic deficit and proposes meaningful solutions that would encourage more connectivity between citizens and their governments.
Opinion|By Sean Wilson
'A Mind Spread out on the Ground' comes from the Mohawk phrase for depression and self-inflicted injuries are the leading cause of death for Indigenous people under the age of 44.
Opinion|By Sean Wilson
Anyone keen to understand the threat to democracy and wanting to consider some important steps to creating a more inclusive society will find much food for thought in David Moscrop’s incisive primer.
Feature|By Sean Wilson
Essentially, what the book conveys beautifully and powerfully is the idea that as long as we remain isolated in our newsfeeds and chose to interact exclusively through apps and screens, we risk losing the real connectivity that drives evolution and leads to happiness and prosperity.

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