Matthew Richmond writes on Brazil's growing mass movement
What's the problem with the If campaign?
A G8 summit coming to Britain traditionally heralds the launch of a large campaigning coalition of international NGOs. Kai Grachy takes a critical look at the 2013 version: the If campaign
The People's Assembly: making a movement?
The People’s Assembly will bring together thousands of anti-cuts campaigners and trade unionists in June. Red Pepper asks Owen Jones what the assembly might add to existing anti‑cuts initiatives
The day Greece's TVs went dark
Hilary Wainwright reports from Thessaloniki on what happened when the state ordered Greece’s state broadcaster to shut down
Oil City: campaigning theatre
Siobhan McGuirk experiences Oil City, an immersive, site-specific play produced by campaign group PlatformSoldier Box: an antidote to the government line
Soldier Box by Joe Glenton, reviewed by Josh WattsReview - You Can't Evict an Idea
Liam Sheehan reviews You Can't Evict an Idea, by Tim GeeNorth Korea: War games gone wrong
Tim Beal examines the US ‘playbook’ miscalculations that underlie the current US-North Korea crisisClassic book: The Bell Jar
Mel Evans takes a look back at The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, 50 years onWinning at Walmart
The OUR Walmart campaign has been shaking up labour organising in the US. As they prepared for their current strike, Alex Wood spent a month with the people behind a new kind of fightback
The closure of ERT is a litmus test for the Greek left
Nicholas Vrousalis argues that the left must not only defend Greece's state broadcaster, but raise the demand for workers' controlBrazil: This is about public transport fares – but it’s about much more too
Sean Purdy, an activist in São Paulo’s Free Fare Movement, gives an update on events in BrazilBrazil: protests highlight the gulf between politicians and the people
Tom Gatehouse reports on the movement sweeping BrazilYoga and politics
Davy Jones, a yoga teacher and political activist in Brighton, draws an unusual linkBiomass: the trojan horse of renewables?
The government plans to make up to three quarters of the UK's renewable energy target with biomass – but it falls short of the mark, says Almuth Ernsting of Biofuelwatch