A Green New Deal could signal a fundamental shift away from neoliberalism

It's not just a policy programme, it could be an overall shift in the political and economic ideas that dominate society. By Laurie Laybourn-Langton


Climate Striker: We must take on capitalism if we want to avert chaos

Failure is not an option, writes Zoe Rasbash

The treatment of Shamima Begum should worry us all

The government played fast and lose with fundamental rights, endangering children's lives in the process, argues Anita Hassan.

Reporting conditions for migrants are excessive and punitive

They make the Hostile Environment even more hostile, writes Mishka

Feminist Futures

'We will win because we have to'. Amy Hall introduces the brand new Spring Issue of Red Pepper.


Our bodies, our choice

Joni Alizah Cohen explains what the battle for ‘bodily autonomy’ is about – and why it’s so important.

‘Balance for Better’ does little to address issues facing women

This International Women's Day, we need to prioritise defending the rights of working women, writes Rosie Urbanovich from War on Want

Diversifying the police won’t end institutional racism

Twenty years after the Macpherson report, Remi Joseph-Salisbury and Laura Connelly explain why more BAME representation won't solve the structural failures of the police.

On International Women’s Day, sex workers are going on strike

They're demanding decriminalisation and full workers' rights, reports Ava Caradonna


A hostile environment for EU citizens?

As Brexit rolls on, we are quickly losing hope for a decent, rights-based approaches towards our country’s world citizens, writes Emma Taylor

We still have time to stop a Tory Brexit

A second referendum is on the cards, writes Ana Oppenheim. Let’s talk now about the benefits of staying in Europe, and not shy away from fighting a battle of values.

Their internationalism and ours

As Brexit looms, Paul O’Connell explores the vexed question of internationalism and the nation-state

“What’s a nice girl like you doing in a job like this?”

A new study compares working conditions in sex work with other jobs disproportionately done by women. By Niki Adams and Tamsin Wressel