The Candidate: Jeremy Corbyn’s improbable path to power, free with every gift subscription this Christmas
A three-day general strike has brought Sudan to a stand still as people mobilise against the government and inequality. Jenny Nelson writes.
Jenny Nelson reviews Luyendiks analysis of the City – the ‘time bomb at the heart of our society’.
As news of a Trump victory sinks in, we share words of solidarity and calls to action from activists across the left in the UK.
Jenny Nelson says that if we get the beginning and ending of life right, we might have a better chance of getting the bit in the middle right too
Right now, with the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, there is a real possibility of a resurgence of the left in Britain. With mainstream media showing clear bias against Corbyn, this new left movement urgently needs its own strong voices.
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Thousands of activists will arrive in Liverpool this month for the Labour Party Conference and its fringe events. Jenny Nelson recommends places to visit and introduces the local political scene
A lot of recent news has been deeply troubling, from the post-Brexit fallout to the rise of Trump; we won't list the reasons you have to feel depressed. Instead, here are some snippets of good news from people-powered campaigns across the UK and beyond
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Join us to explore media justice with Gary Younge, Shake! and Numbi Arts, on Tuesday 19 July at Rich Mix in London
A new film by Chester Yang uncovers the suppression of student protests in the 2010 uprising against tuition fees
Help reinvigorate and strengthen UK grassroots social justice movements by sending young black and brown activists to a crucial training conference in Detroit
Swimming with Sharks: My journey into the world of the bankers, by Joris Luyendijk, reviewed by Jenny Nelson
There are just days left to reach the £2,500 target
Orders have been coming in fast for our new bag
A new report condemns the voluntary code of conduct for private military and security companies as a sham, writes Jenny Nelson
Don’t Trust, Don’t Fear, Don’t Beg, by Ben Stewart, reviewed by Jenny Nelson
From exhaustion and frustration to hope and resistance, women experiencing in-work poverty share their stories. Jenny Nelson reports
For your politically minded friends and family
Emma* tells us about her experience renting in London, the impact on her child and how she plans to fight back
Whether you've been subscribed to Red Pepper for the last 20 years or have just found us, here are some simple ways you can help boost our impact.
This weekend The International Women's Conference takes place in London
Byron Peters is an artist and writer who has produced collaborative art pieces to tell the story of resistance movements centred on digital labour. He spoke to Jenny Nelson about online activism and the hidden labour behind digital life
This documentary is now available to download or watch online
Notes on the unique Dorset festival experience, by Jenny Nelson
Notes on practical solidarity from a discussion with the Black Liberation Collective at Reclaim the Power camp. By Jenny Nelson
Jenny Nelson spoke to the musician who heckled David Cameron on the campaign trail and now aims for number one in the charts
Enter our free prize draw to win a place on Stir To Action's workshop - worth £75
Enter our free prize draw to win a pair of tickets to see How to Hold Your Breath
The Red Pepper team chose their top 10 bloggers of the year, listed in no particular order
2014 marks the 20th anniversary of Red Pepper magazine - it's an exciting time to get involved!
On Saturday 22 November over 3,000 people gathered to discuss what next for the campaign that makes the socialist case for Scottish independence.
Activists call for a radical rethink of carbon footprint measurements in Manchester. Stefano Fumagalli and Jenny Nelson report
Jenny Nelson reports back from a trip to Scotland to learn more about the grassroots Yes campaign and show solidarity with the radical activists.
Albion is an explosive new play about the rise of the far right in modern Britain, set in an East End boozer, the unofficial home of the 'English Protection Army'.
We're heading North to meet the radical Yes campaigners and to learn what we can from a vibrant atmosphere of fresh political ideas.
Red Pepper magazine and The Hannah Mitchell Foundation invite you to hear the radical case for independence and to discuss what this could mean for the North of England
We urgently need to protect press freedom and media diversity across Europe.
Jenny Nelson looks at what you can do to help the people of Palestine
Behind closed doors, the EU and US are drawing up a new trade deal called the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership trade deal (TTIP) that must be stopped.
Join us at the House of Commons, Thursday 26 June
The radical centenary of the first world war will include actions, films and workshops
Here are just some of the Europe-wide coordinated actions you can support before the European elections come to an end.
A recently completed project in Leeds could be a model for co-operative housing in the future. Jenny Nelson reports
Today students protest around the country against police intimidation and violence
Enter our free prize draw to see this new West End political comedy.
Join us for an evening of discussion at the London book launch of 'Crucible of Resistance: Greece, the Eurozone and the World Economic Crisis', Monday 25 November.
Aaron Peters of Novara Media reports on the business-led strike in London's Chinatown, Tuesday 22 October.
Enter our free prize draw to win one pair of tickets for the premiere screening of Utopia in London.
In 1936, over 100,000 anti-fascists barricaded the streets and fought the police in the Battle of Cable street.
This month DPAC converged on Westminster to defend disabled people’s rights and freedoms. We spoke to activist Andy Greene in the run up to the event.
Over the weekend hundreds of people converged on the village of Balcombe in West Sussex to protest against exploratory drilling for oil and gas.
After threatening to sue them for £5m, EDF invite the campaign group No Dash for Gas to be stakeholders in their business. They received a frank reply
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You sent us your pictures of anti-G8 action this month in London
We spoke to Maya Evans during her fast over the weekend in solidarity with Guantanamo Bay hunger-strikers
Amid Britain's decision to cut aid for South Africa by 2015, Caroline Elliot hears from poor shack dwellers who vow to resist the destruction of their homes.
A nine-day event bringing together people facing the housing crisis across London to organise and take action around our collective housing needs
On 10 October 2012, a man pushed a gun into the chest of Alfamir Castillo and told her that both she and her lawyer were going to die.
We chat to Clare Williams, Unison's Regional Convenor for the North, about the severe impact of austerity and what the resistance looks like.
A new model for giving out money launched at the weekend when twenty-eight groups shared £40,000 in the first round of funding.
Here are 5 ways you can help persuade energy company EDF to drop its legal action against campaigners of the group 'No Dash for Gas'.
In a public talk last night Laurie Penny argued that anger over sexism is mounting, the left is struggling to respond and there's more to feminist history than the Suffragettes. Jenny Nelson reports.
The relationship between students and locals is fraught with long-held mistrust and resentment. Ex-student Jenny Nelson looks at the colourful history of these often segregated communities, and meets some of the student activists who are trying to break out of the ghettos they've inherited