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Our prison system is broken. Is it time to abolish prisons altogether?

David Scott argues that our prison system represents a human rights disaster, and reformist solutions can't tackle the root problems.   [ continue reading...]

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For All, By All

The latest issue of Red Pepper asks - how do we invite, support and nurture greater public participation so that our cultural capabilities are empowered beyond...   [ continue reading...]

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The aid industry is long overdue its #MeToo moment

Ruth Tanner writes that revelations about Oxfam's behaviour in Haiti are shocking, but not surprising.   [ continue reading...]

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Cultural Democracy Now

A deeper engagement with culture can strengthen our democracy, taking political projects us beyond electoral impact and festival memes into a whole new world of...   [ continue reading...]

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The government is using the Oxfam scandal to push an anti-aid agenda

The actions of Oxfam officials are horrendous - but gutting foreign aid funding just puts more people at risk, writes Daniel Gibson.   [ continue reading...]

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Media amnesia let politicians off the hook for the economic crisis

Dr Laura Basu explains that the media allowed politicians to re-write history, erasing the true causes of the economic crisis.   [ continue reading...]

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There’s something dirty about the way we clean

Outsourced cleaners are on the front lines of the battle for workers' rights. By Emiliano Mellino   [ continue reading...]

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To really take back control, we need to democratise our trade deals

Trade deals effect every area of our lives - from our public services to the water we drink to the air we breathe. Marienna Pope-Weidemann from War on Want argu...   [ continue reading...]

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Kick-starting the stalled revolution

The women's movement is not done here. By Eva Tutchell and John Edmonds   [ continue reading...]

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On our way to the moon? A snapshot of feminist marches which shook the world.

Eva Tutchell and John Edmonds tell the story of two demonstrations from the women's movement.   [ continue reading...]

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Where I’m calling from

Ian Martin, a member of the Yorkshire-based Same Skies Collective rethinks devolution and regional democracy through through the frames of hegemony and intersec...   [ continue reading...]

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48 signs you might be Jacob Rees-Mogg

Could you be the Conservative MP for North-East Somerset?   [ continue reading...]

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‘We are hungry in three languages’: The forgotten promise of the Bosnian Spring

Ruth Tanner looks back at a wave of protests which swept through Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2014.   [ continue reading...]

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Subcontracting lets big employers ignore workers’ welfare

Subcontracting and privatising key services allows employers to wash their hands of responsibility for poor pay and conditions. By Luther Blisset.   [ continue reading...]

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Why is Turkey targeting Afrin?

Pinar Dinc and Kamran Matin explain what Erdogan, Iran and Russia have to gain from a bloody war on Afrin's restive Kurdish population.   [ continue reading...]

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It’s time to take back control of our local councils

Haringey is an extreme example of a wider crisis of accountability over Labour leaders in local government. It’s time to take back control, argues Michael...   [ continue reading...]

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Social mobility is capitalism’s cover story

We shouldn't try to ensure that a few people can escape poverty. We should be eliminating poverty for everyone. By Connor Devine.   [ continue reading...]

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Five rent strikes which changed the game

Dominique Hua examines the history of tenants organising together to demand better housing and a brighter future.   [ continue reading...]

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It’s time for a cultural renewal of the left

Andrew Dolan writes that we need to integrate art, music, films and poetry into our movement, creating spaces where political ideas are given further room to br...   [ continue reading...]

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Matt Hancock criticised by charities for ‘anti-advocacy’ rules

Tom Barns reports that the new minister for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has been criticised by charities for restricting their ability to lobby the govern...   [ continue reading...]

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