Ali Mushaima's father is a political prisoner and opposition leader imprisoned by Bahraini authorities.
Boris Johnson isn't alone: politicians and pundits across the spectrum treat Burqa-wearing women as a symbol of a Europe 'in decline'. By Malcolm James, Naaz Rashid and Nabila Munawar
Heeding a little-publicised call to action in this year’s Global Slavery Index could transform the way we treat victims, writes Maya Esslemont.
Nick Dearden looks at the theories of one of Africa's greatest radical thinkers
Johnson's comments and the subsequent reaction show just how widespread anti-muslim racism is throughout our society. By Dr Remi Joseph-Salisbury
As the Premier League kicks off across England this weekend, Red Pepper columnist Siobhán McGuirk spoke to scholar, author and Everton fan Emy Onuora about racism in football, right-wing 'fan' groups, and the legacies of Russia 2018
It might seem like the fall of Rajoy's government bodes well for Catalonia. Not so fast, write Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte
Patrick Williams argues that blaming 'gangs' for social problems further divides communities and fails to tackle the root causes of violence.
Innovative municipal projects are tackling local housing problems worldwide.
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