Women’s museums give voice to silenced histories

They can be a force for change, explains Rachel Thain-Gray


A state of terror

The Nicaraguan state has led a brutal crackdown on anti-government protests. Activist Sara Henríquez speaks to Red Pepper about how feminists have been at the forefront of the resistance.

Governments fixate on STEM education – so why won’t they listen to scientists on climate change?

Governments could do well to learn from school students, writes 17-year-old Climate Striker Cate Davies

Ultra-Low Emission Zone charges are a matter of social justice

Luke Murphy reports on the new initiative to tackle inner-city pollution

‘Facebook Coin’: The media giant is trying its hand at banking

Facebook’s cryptocurrency initiative furthers an agenda of neoliberal financialization, writes Josh Gabert-Doyon


The right to time

We need to think about freedom in terms of a right to the leisure time that right now only the rich enjoy. By Jorge Moruno

West Papua – the world’s forgotten injustice

Alex Sobel writes on the ongoing military occupation and its gross human rights abuses.

Mind the age gap

Since the financial crisis, a huge generational divide has opened up in politics, displacing class as predictor of voting behaviour. But Keir Milburn, author of Generation Left, argues that a left politics of the commons is well placed to bridge this divide.


No deportation is justified

We must fight to end to the inhumanity of detention, writes Remi Joseph-Salisbury

Anti-migrant politics weakens the workers’ movement

On both the left and the right, people pit migrants' rights against workers' rights. That attitude only serves the interests of the powerful, writes Amardeep Dhillon.

Women and the Modi raj

Gargi Bhattacharya examines the sexist reality behind the ‘pro-women’ rhetoric of India’s ruling party

Poor and marginalised people bear the brunt of climate change

Tackling environmental collapse is a matter of class, racial and gender justice, writes Jori Hamilton