We need to be able to cultivate our own food

We need to be able to cultivate our own food

Inflation, Cost of Living Crisis, Food Scarcity:  these infamous buzzwords, are enough to instil fear and hopelessness of the future into anyone, the problem is, when these words are repeated enough, we become desensitised to them, even start to ignore or even hide…

Annabel’s Blog

Society Syndrome

Lorenzos’ I was born in Crystal Palace in 1990. Regardless of the time I’ve spent living in other areas, it will always be my true home. I’m always shocked when I return to find something new standing brazenly in the…

Website Launch

Society Syndrome

Society Syndrome is pleased to launch their new website to help keep you updated with news and events around issues they are examining and commenting on.

Michael’s Blog

Society Syndrome

Many years ago, when we sat at desks in military-style rows doing O and A levels, many questions began: compare and contrast. I’m not sure it’s as prevalent now, but maybe those are questions we should ask throughout our lives,…

Annabel’s Blog

Society Syndrome

I am 30 years (and 2 days old) and feel utterly clueless, I really thought I was supposed to have a notion of how to manage my life by now. In my more philosophical moments I understand that life is…

Society Syndrome First Seminar

Society Syndrome First Seminar

The Underclass and Social Mobility We are very pleased to announce our very first Seminar. It will be held at the Lecture Theatre, Bsix College in Hackney, London on Monday 17th October from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. The theme of our…

First Seminar Line Up

Society Syndrome

Finally full details of our launch Seminar. The theme is “The ‘underclass’ and social mobility“. The first seminar panel will be in the lecture theatre of B6 College, Kenninghall Road, Clapton, E5 8PB on Monday 17th October at 7.30pm. The…

First Seminar Success!

First Seminar Success!

The first Society Syndrome panel took place last night at BSix College, Upper Clapton, to discuss the recent riots and social policy, the audience included students from the college, local residents, members of the campaign against criminalising young people in…

Have Your Say Day London 2012

Society Syndrome

It happened during the Boat Race, a lone protester dived in, swam between the boats,almost decapitated by highly-educated oarsmen, a literalmeaning to “making headway,” had he not ducked under the blades in the nick of time. Not a pretty sight,…