Last month's mass far right demonstration can be linked to a toxic mix of government tolerance of fascism and neoliberalism on steroids. Ewa Jasiewicz investigates.
Beating the blacklist
Dave Smith spoke to Ewa Jasiewicz about his fight against the corporate blacklists that keep union activists out of a job
If I can’t dance dabke in Nigel Farage’s local pub, it’s not my revolution
As the far right steps up its harassment of the organisers of the Beyond UKIP Cabaret, Ewa Jasiewicz shares what the event meant to her
We can’t just tweet in the face of genocide
Ewa Jasiewicz, activist with London Palestine Action, explains how you can join the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel's massacre and occupation
Ewa Jasiewicz discusses the work of Joanna Rajkowska, whose public art highlights tensions in the public consciousness
Justice not jumpers
As more and more people face a choice between eating or heating this winter, it’s high time the ‘big six’ energy companies begin to feel the heat, says Ewa Jasiewicz
Beating the blacklisters
A police raid exposing the scale of worker surveillance within the construction industry galvanised workers to take action. Ewa Jasiewicz speaks to those organising against the blacklisters.
Relief can be revolutionary
In the final installment of Ewa Jasiewicz’s blogs from Syria she explores the role that local relief organisations play in supporting the revolution
You are now entering the liberated area of Ma’rrat al Numan
Ewa Jasiewicz travels to Ma’arrat al Numan – the frontline Syrian town that eventually managed to oust regime troops
Sponge Bob ‘Jeysh al Hurr’
Ewa Jasiewicz discovers an unexpected symbol of the Syrian revolution in the fourth part of her blog series.
Hama here and there
The story of Masoud, a wanted Syrian refugee, continues in part three of a series of blogs by Ewa Jasiewicz
The second blog in a series on Ewa Jasiewicz's trip to Syria, tells us the dramatic story of Masoud.
Solidarity with Syria
Ewa Jasiewicz explains the urgent need for left-wing activists in the West to act in solidarity with Syrian liberation struggles
EDF’s abuse of power
Power company EDF hit the headlines by threatening to sue climate campaigners for £5 million. Ewa Jasiewicz, one of the protesters, explains why they targeted the company
Blue-collar casuals and the spread of precarity
Union organiser Ewa Jasiewicz looks at the increasing precarity of migrant and agency workers – and how they are fighting back
Keep Radical, and Carry On: The Cuts Cafe
Cuts Cafe opens its doors on October 5th, Ewa Jasiewicz explains what will be happening in the cafe.
In a sniper’s sights
The Only House Left Standing: the Middle East journals of Tom Hurndall, reviewed by Ewa Jasiewicz
Poverty pay is no alternative to workfare: Why we’re telling Sainsbury’s to Pay Up
Ewa Jasiewicz writes on the campaign to win supermarket workers a Living Wage
After the flotilla
Ewa Jasiewicz considers the impact in Palestine, Israel and internationally
An anthropology of civil war
Ewa Jasiewicz looks at Austrian film director Michael Haneke's tenth film The White Ribbon, an unflinching gaze into the elemental roots of ideological violence
Divide and torture
The military onslaught on Gaza may have halted but the economic and political onslaught continues. Ewa Jasiewicz reports on a people under siege
A house upon them
Ewa Jasiewicz speaks with the victims of Israels attacks
Kamal Odwan’s ‘mosque’
Missiles have been falling throughout the afternoon 'ceasefire' reports Ewa Jasiewicz
Ewa Jasiewicz in Beit Hanoun and Jabaliya
Lemma, Haya and Iman
Ewa Jasiewicz reports from Beit Hanoon
There is a light …
The world must turn the light of conscience into activism, says Ewa Jasiewicz
Ewa Jasiewicz reports from Gaza on the devastation wreaked by the Israeli air strikes
Gaza today: ‘This is only the beginning’
Ewa Jasiewicz reports from Gaza on the 'darkest night people have seen in their lifetimes'
Hope in dark times
The peace agreement between the Kenyan president Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga achieves calm but not peace. Meanwhile, many Kenyans are trying to make peace themselves. Ewa Jasiewicz talks to some of those involved
‘I do not recognise the authority of the Israeli judiciary’
Red Pepper contributor Ewa Jasiewicz says her recent expulsion from Tel Aviv is indicative of a widespread crackdown on international journalists and human rights activists in Israel
The fire sometime
Baghdad is choking in a 57 degree heat and a sweltering sense of fear. Water shortages and pollution are dehydrating the city and diseases such as diphtheria, hepatitis and typhoid are rife. Raw green sewage bubbles in the streets.