about our resources blog

Our Resources Blog is a compilation of learnings and insights that we have amassed from Experimental Salons, 1:1 and group interviews, collective research and public programming over the years. We sincerely hope you'll find these resources useful, and share them widely with your own networks. All of these resources are free and available for your use - we simply ask you to publicly credit us if you reference our work. We believe that transparency and free access to these types of resources are the first step in breaking down the current pay-to-play model of insider knowledge & connections, so everyone has a chance at a better and more equal future.

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