The general election was a disaster – for the Labour Party, the broader left, and especially for the most vulnerable, who will now bear the brunt of the consequences. How might the left regroup and regain the offensive?
What are the main UK parties promising in order to tackle the housing crisis? Housing activists give their views.
As an emerging form of ‘everyday politics’, online debt forums provide space for debtors to share tips and advice, offer moral and emotional support and indirectly sow the seeds of collective action.
The recent Ferguson Solidarity Tour shows the solidarity that has been built in response to police violence, in which the process of exclusion is turned against itself and becomes the basis of a new collective political subject
It would be a disaster if Syriza fail – the European left must mobilise behind them to strengthen their position in Europe.
New Left Project’s editors reflect on contributions to the site during 2014 – and look ahead to 2015.
The women of Focus E15 are the latest chapter in a long story of East End women standing up for their rights, families, homes and communities against sexism and class prejudice.
From the Battle of Balcombe to Operation Mothers and Grandmothers, the UK climate movement is building from strength to strength. What can we learn from the grassroots renaissance?
The ‘Art Not Oil’ coalition uses creative means to protest oil companies’ sponsorship of the arts. In the process, it looks for new ways to make climate change—a notoriously difficult issue to engage with—seem less alien and overwhelming.
Now more than ever we need academic research to focus on public interest concerns, not answer to Big Oil.