Natural born rebel

‘We have to start from scratch’: life after fleeing North Korea February 2016

Narjas Theodora Zatat spoke to activist Hyeonseo Lee, who is a refugee from North Korea

On our own terms October 2015

Emma Hughes spoke to Andy Greene from Disabled People Against Cuts

Beating the blacklist June 2015

Dave Smith spoke to Ewa Jasiewicz about his fight against the corporate blacklists that keep union activists out of a job

Free Mahienour! Egyptian revolutionary and climate activist July 2014

In May Egyptian revolutionary, climate activist and lawyer Mahienour El-Massry was unjustly jailed. Just before she was imprisoned she spoke to Mika Minio about her amazing work.

Activist high November 2013

Ali Garrigan talks to Kara Moses about climbing the Shard, western Europe’s tallest building, for Greenpeace’s Save the Arctic campaign

George Lakey: ‘This is about solidarity. Let’s go!’ December 2012

Veteran US movement strategist George Lakey talks to Sarah-Jayne Clifton about creating nonviolent revolution

Biting the rotten Apple: Taking on Foxconn August 2012

Jenny Chan talks about her campaigning with workers in China

Dale Farm: We stood because ye stood May 2012

Mary Sheridan talks to Elly Robson about resisting the eviction of her family and the Traveller community at Dale Farm in Essex

Shack fightback: Bandile Mdlalose on Abahlali baseMjondolo December 2011

Bandile Mdlalose talks to Lorna Stephenson about Abahlali baseMjondolo, a radical poor people’s movement in South Africa

School of struggle February 2011

Sixth form student Fatima Rahim explains why she was part of an occupation at Camden School for Girls

Indigenous insight December 2010

Victor Figueroa Clark talks to Hugo Blanco, an ecosocialist and indigenous activist from Peru

Breaking rank January 2010

Tim Hunt speaks to Clare Glenton, wife of Joe Glenton, the British soldier facing court martial for refusing to return to Afghanistan

A fight worth having October 2009

Kate Ferguson interviews Ian Terry, a 23-year-old wind turbine worker involved in the occupation of the Vestas factory on the Isle of Wight

Coming out in Kenya August 2009

Pauline Kimani is one of Kenya's few openly lesbian women. Interview by Arusha Topazzini

Guarding the gulag February 2009

Christopher Brandon Arendt was a guard at Guantanamo detention camp from January to October 2004. He now is a full time volunteer for the advocacy group Iraq Veterans Against the War, campaigning against the 'war on terror'. He spoke to Kate Ferguson

Win one day December 2008

Joaquin Nzuzi Mbambi is UK general secretary of Abako, the oldest anti-colonial party in the Congo. He escaped the country six years ago after a crackdown on the outlawed group and has been seeking asylum in the UK ever since

Starting young December 2008

At the tender age of 13, Sonia Azad is already something of a veteran peace activist, having set up an anti-war campaign for children, as well as making two documentary films. She talked to Andrea D'Cruz about what inspired her to get involved

Mrs Chips November 2008

From school meals to school selection policies, Margaret Tulloch has been a tireless campaigner for state education for half a lifetime. She spoke to Laurie Penny

Papuan justice denied November 2007

Indonesian human rights campaigner Peneas Lokbere talks to Kirk Ward about transmigration policy, Papuan rights and Indonesian state torture

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