September 2015


Building a Different Story – Leeds TIDAL event

28 September 2015 Leeds TIDAL invite you to join them on 30-31 October to help to build a different story for global justice

‘We’ve forgotten what it’s like to feel safe’: Refugees on the Serbia-Croatia border

24 September 2015 Caoimhe Butterly hears the voices and experiences of some of the refugees making the long journey across Europe

The global trade union movement: Stepping up to the plate?

24 September 2015 An International Summer School brought union activists and leaders together to discuss the big questions facing the trade union movement. Celia Mather reports

#NukeFilmFest

23 September 2015 With a decision on replacing Trident due in 2016, WMD Awareness want to put on the UK's first film festival dedicated to exploring the impact of nuclear weapons

London event: Festival of Choice 2015

21 September 2015 A week of events looking at threats to reproductive rights and the plight of women and girls who do not have access to safe and legal abortion in countries around the world

How the next generation is challenging big oil

20 September 2015 Lindsay Alderton explains why a group of children staged a protest intervention against BP

‘We have been treated like animals’: Refugees refuse to be broken

18 September 2015 While south-eastern Europe's leaders argue over the borders, thousands of refugees are stuck in the Balkans. Caoimhe Butterly reports from Belgrade

After Corbyn’s victory: time for a new kind of politics

18 September 2015 Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters now face the huge task of opening up the Labour Party and putting members genuinely in control. How can they do it? Michael Calderbank gives some ideas

Event: After Corbyn’s victory: what next for social movements?

15 September 2015 Join us, Global Justice Now, Fuel Poverty Action and Compass in Brighton on the 27 September

Before you go to Calais… How to make your help for refugees effective

11 September 2015 Lots of people now want to help the refugees in Calais – but turning up unannounced with a van-load of stuff can do more harm than good. Kate Bradley looks at the best ways to make a difference

Free documentary: Reykjavik Rising – Iceland’s untold uprising

11 September 2015 This documentary is now available to download or watch online

The Corbynomics of energy

11 September 2015 Behind the media smokescreen, how green is Jeremy Corbyn? Alan Simpson digs deeper into Corbyn's energy policies

Bang on target: a brief union history of arms conversion

11 September 2015 Whatever follows the Labour elections, some policies must not return to the backburner - the time has come to look at arms conversion again. Phil Asquith starts from the beginning

Time to Act! conference 2015

10 September 2015 Ken Montague, Secretary of the Campaign against Climate Change Trade Union Group, explains what's on at a major national conference in Sheffield on 19 September

Kill the Tory Trade Union Bill!

10 September 2015 Michael Calderbank calls on Red Pepper readers to attend the 14 September protest to #killthebill

Ever-growing, ever-changing: Inside the Calais camp

7 September 2015 The Calais refugee camp is starting to develop from tents to makeshift clinics, schools, cafes and more – but no one should have to live this way, writes Amy Corcoran

1983: the biggest myth in Labour Party history

6 September 2015 Labour's 1983 election campaign has long been used to say it is impossible for a leader like Jeremy Corbyn to win any election from the left. Alex Nunns digs out the truth

Reclaiming the legacy of the Paris Commune

4 September 2015 Jane Shallice reviews Communal Luxury: The Political Imaginary of the Paris Commune, by Kristin Ross

Jeremy Hardy thinks… about the Labour leadership

1 September 2015 'The highlight began when it looked as though Corbyn could win, and continued thereafter'