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Part consultancy, part thinktank, part social enterprise, Halcyon helps you prepare for and respond to personal, organisational and societal change.

Halcyon's 52:52:52 campaign on Twitter will help you address 52 issues with 52 responses over 52 weeks.

To be a catalyst is the ambition most appropriate for those who see the world as being in constant change, and who, without thinking that they control it, wish to influence its direction - Theodore Zeldin

Choices

What' Changing? - Balance
Balance
Halcyon Identifies 31 August 2019

 

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August 2019

What's Changing? - Environment
Environment
Halcyon Impacts 31 August 2019

 

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August 2019

What's Changing? - Charity
Charity
Halcyon Inspired 31 July 2019

 

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What's Changing? - Optimism
Optimism
Halcyon Impacts 30 June 2019

 

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June 2019

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Choices
Halcyon Identifies 31 May 2019

 

Halcyon curates the most significant choices content from carefully selected sources. Please contact us if you'd like our help with choices-related challenges.

What's Changing? - Business

Business

 

The 20th Century was about dozens of markets of millions of consumers. The 21st Century is about millions of markets of dozens of consumers - Joe Kraus, dotcom pioneer

 

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Choices
Halcyon Identifies 29 April 2019

 

Halcyon curates the most significant choice-related content from carefully selected sources. Please contact us if you'd like our help with choice-related challenges.

On George Orwell

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According to Open Culture, Orwell's Animal Farm was almost never published.  The manuscript barely survived the Nazi bombing of London during World War II, and then initially T.S. Eliot (an important editor at Faber & Faber) and other publishers rejected the book.  It eventually came to see the light of day but, reportedly, Animal Farm still can’t be legally read in China, Burma and North Korea, or across large parts of the Islamic world. 

However, the Internet Archive offers free access to audio versions of Animal Farm and Orwell’s other major classic, 1984.

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