Gender sensitive peacebuilding is essential for women's rights and for genuine, meaningful and sustainable peace.
The government is getting away with targeting disabled people and the Left has failed to respond.
The current conflict over diversity and inclusion in the UK feminist movement creates an opportunity to make our movement stronger
The 'Bedroom Tax' is an attack on public welfare and social solidarity
Part one of our collection of blog postings from writers and activists looking to the year ahead.
This Christmas, why are respected charities participating in a scheme that causes deep distress to vulnerable members of our society?
Described by Marx as a 'phenomenon of political economy', John Bellers was an important early social reformer and theorist
Kieron Smith discusses the ideological and political causes of the exclusion of people with Down syndrome.
Contemporary narratives on ‘welfare dependency’ turn on airbrushing long-term disability out of the evidence
Ricky Gervais' use of the word "mong" on twitter was probably intended to provoke publicity-generating controversy. But he is far from the only comedian to use a privileged position to attack vulnerable members of society