NHS: what now?
22 March 2012
Alex Nunns gives some suggestions of where the campaign against the destruction of the NHS should go from here
Blood, Sweat and Gear: The human cost of the Olympics
20 March 2012
Will London's Olympic legacy be sportswear sweatshops and the marginalisation of local communities?
Saturday (24 March): A day of discussion and action on how we can stop the Olympic dream becoming a nightmare
A cagey business
18 March 2012
Richard Kuper reads two books which consider the grotesque realities of industrial meat production and the wilful 'forgetting' needed to accept them.
A different kind of Europe
15 March 2012
Trevor Evans outlines the basis for a progressive pan-European response to the euro crisis
Reclaim Wisconsin: solidarity across borders
14 March 2012
An international delegation of trade union leaders and union journalists are in Wisconsin, USA to mark the one year anniversary of the passage of legislation stripping public service workers’ rights in this American state. Theresa Marshall reports...
Dale Farm: The human cost of prejudice
3 March 2012
As the displaced residents of Dale Farm in Essex face another round of forced evictions, Elly Robson talks to some of the families and examines the discrimination they face
Iran in the crosshairs again
2 March 2012
Sabre rattling against Iran is nothing new, but that doesn’t mean the threat of war isn’t real. Phyllis Bennis analyses the situation in the wider Middle East
The students’ moment
22 February 2012
Student activist Michael Chessum reflects on the state of the fight against the Tories’ education reforms
Defending human rights defenders
16 February 2012
Haldane Society chair Liz Davies invites you to a conference seeking to build solidarity with those defending human rights across the world
Cycle city Kathmandu
12 February 2012
Jennie O’Hara meets Nepali campaigners seeking to tackle pollution and inequality by transforming their capital into a cycle-friendly city
7 February 2012
On the bicentenary of Charles Dickens' birth, Terry Eagleton looks at the contradictions of the man and his work
After Durban: All talked out?
30 January 2012
The UN climate talks in Durban followed a familiar script of inaction. Oscar Reyes asks if activists should still be focusing attention on them
Blockbusters only please, we’re British!
26 January 2012
Filmmaker Clive Nwonka responds to the recently published UK Film Policy Review paper, and David Cameron’s questionable stance on film funding.
History in the making
22 January 2012
Kate Webb reads Paul Mason's "Why it’s Kicking Off Everywhere: The New Global Revolutions" (Verso)
Guardians of the future?
22 January 2012
Last week, Red Pepper was invited to the launch of a new report from the ‘Green House’ think tank about how to restructure our leading democratic institutions.