In passing: an advantage to our project is that there seems to be many loci of online debate on (health) care that are quite lively. As usual, the UK is in the lead: its strategy of defunding local government has people scrambling for survival. For example, it turns out that there is a School for health and care radicals. Money quote:
Welfare rights, homelessness, environment, carers, disability and employment matters are no longer the remit for the retreating state but increasingly voluntary sector ‘partners’ or community activists who are not co-ordinated, tied by political allegiance or funded.
I'm guessing we could probably attract some of these people once they see that our debate – and our actions – are radical enough.