The Socially Useful Production Debate
Edited by Collective Design/Projects
With a Foreward by Audrey Wise
Socially Useful Producation seeks to join needs with resources. It spans services, products, labour processes, political demands, political theories and social issues. No single object, movement or project completely contains or delimits the term. Overall, it relates to the specific needs of particular people: young and old; black and white; men and women; fit and unfit; skilled and unskilled; oppressed and liberated.
Many of the contributors to this book were centrally involved in recent developments that consciously invoke the aims of Socially Useful Production.
First published 1985.