A report and analysis of Demand the Impossible, a summer school on radical politics and activism for working class young Londoners.
It’s time to move on from the sterile argument that labour has been doing well. Capital is winning, our side is losing, and our task now is to figure out why.
Black history is disappearing, racism flourishes yet the Left keep quiet. Why?
Marketisation of higher education affects all students, but, as the case of Sanaz Raji illustrates, some are particularly vulnerable.
As the deadline for US-led negotiations looms, is the struggle for justice in Palestine nearing a crossroads?
Gender sensitive peacebuilding is essential for women's rights and for genuine, meaningful and sustainable peace.
Democratic media activism has flourished in Canada over the last decade, finally taking its place alongside other movements for social change.
The figure of the selfless volunteer is a symptom of the displacement of politics by morality, and disguises the ongoing reality of exploitation and capital accumulation.
Strong statements against anti-gay legislation intensify backlash. What is needed is listening to activists and asylum reform to help queer people both 'over there' and 'over here.'
As private renting in London becomes less secure and more unaffordable, the 'right to the city' acquires a new urgency.