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Hiring Just Transition Lead

Transition is inevitable – justice is not. Nine months ago, we launched a new focus in our work to support communities to build a better, fairer, thriving future for everyone. Rona Hardie joined us as our first Just Transition Lead, and helped our team and the wider movement to explore more deeply what justice means for our work, and how we can be part of building a just transition at community level. We’re excited for Rona (but sad for us), [...]
Chris McCartney
5 June 2024
2 minute read

Putting justice at the heart of Transition

Our new Just Transition Lead Rona Hardie has been in post three months. Here she reflects on work already taking place in the Movement to centre justice, and how we can journey together to a fairer, thriving, better future for everyone in our communities.
Rona Hardie
6 February 2024
6 minute read

We’re recruiting – Just Transition Lead

Transition Together is seeking to embed the principles and practices of Just Transition at the heart of our work supporting community-led action.  To do that, we have created a new staff role, to bring in extra capacity, experience and knowledge to support our team and the wider Transition movement of local groups in England & Wales.  We are seeking someone who will work collaboratively with our small team and the movement to articulate how a just transition is key to reimagining [...]
Chris McCartney
15 August 2023
2 minute read

Building community resilience

If the last few years have revealed anything, it is that shocks and uncertainty happen - and how well we endure and recover has a great deal to do with our resilience. Here we explore how are Transition groups and others building skills, connections and infrastructure to grow the resilience of our communities?
Chris McCartney
30 March 2023
11 minute read

Eat, grow, share: Communities building food resilience

In the second of our series on how communities are rising to face the cost of living crisis together, we explore the theme of food.
Chris McCartney
1 December 2022
12 minute read
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