Jay Tompt talks about a forthcoming festival to foment radical change.
Eliza Egret and Tom Anderson of Shoal Collective talk to Ken Peters-Dodd, a First Nations activist fighting against the construction of a mega-mine project threatening to devastate the environment.
What is the story of the economy in Britain? Who gets to shape public opinion about what it’s for, how it’s broken and how it can be fixed? Christine Berry explains the findings of the new report 'Framing the Economy'.
Meet the women activists from around the world taking up the fight for social justice. By Marienna Pope-Weidemann from War on Want.
The Home Office estimates that there are currently around 13,000 slaves in the UK, though other sources suggest this is a a gross underestimate. And yet most of us remain oblivious to this reality of contemporary Britain, writes Abda Khan.
By Emma Snaith.
Ecuador blazed a trail in sustainability by giving constitutional recognition to the rights of nature in 2008, but the revolutionary concept of Sumak Kawsay, or Good Living, that drove this initiative proved more fragile than hoped when left in the hands of national government, write Joan Pedro-Caranana and Jose Maria Tortosa.
Settit Beyene argues that a Universal Basic Income is the only solution to oncoming crises of poverty and structural unemployment.
Migrant women are often left out of the conversation on women's rights. London Latinxs are taking direct action to set the record straight.
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