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.
Can the Common Weal project make a difference in Scotland?
Corporatisation has intensified unequal power relationships between non governmental organisations and the migrant communities they mean to support.
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.