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Friday, 23 November 2018

The Restart Project > Repair a laptop, fix the system.

The Repair Café movement 
Futures Forum: Sustainable skills: What is a Repair Café?

... is part of a bigger movement:
Futures Forum: Fixfest UK – Sat 6th October – Manchester – gathering for community repairers

The Restart Project focusses on electronics:


Repair a laptop, fix the system.


The Restart Project helps people learn how to repair their broken electronics, and rethink how they consume them in the first place.
Find out more about us

Restart Radio

Listen to all episodes
Every week, we produce a podcast about rescuing and repairing the electronics we use everyday.
Listen here, or tune in live the second Tuesday of the month at 5pm on London’s Resonance FM.
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Education

We’re sparking repair activity in schools around the world.

Restart at School

Our hands-on programme helps secondary schools build repair into their curriculum, to create a new generation of fixers.
Read about our first programme at Archer Academy, in London.

Community

Restart is a people-powered project. Here's what we're up to:
Plenary session at Fixfest UK

Inspired and energised from Fixfest UK

On Saturday in Manchester, 59 community repair activists from all over the UK got together to mingle, share, help each other out and think collectively about growing our movement and bringing down the barriers to repair and longer-lasting products.

Urgent Right to Repair mobilisation in Europe

We’re urgently mobilising to save the crucial, pro-Right-to-Repair measures in the European Commission’s “Circular Economy Package”. We stand to lose over two years’ work on creating better product standards for longer-lasting appliances and electronics.
Read our community updates
The Restart Project - Repair and Reuse Your Electronics

See also:
Futures Forum: International Repair Café Week > 13th to 21st October
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