‘Active young citizens in Britain can do lots of really useful things. You can help work out how best to involve many more young people in the decisions taken in your area and further away… There is also a lot of opportunity to become involved in public and community life locally.’
"Surveillance has truly become a global state in its own right. Anybody could tell that by picking up a newspaper."
"We try to bear in mind that the corporate media is the source of some of the greatest, most lethal illusions of our age. We feel that challenging those illusions is of real value in efforts to combat human and animal suffering."
‘The book is based on a simple proposition – that the opposite of poverty is not wealth, but sufficiency. As long as the pursuit of more continues to outrun the desire for a stable security, poverty must persist.’
"Once you’re sure that you’re on the right side of a debate, and that it’s an issue you care deeply about, don’t let anyone talk you out of pushing forward with it."
"Whenever we see something wrong, whenever we see an injustice, we should speak out. I don’t think we should shrug those responsibilities. We do human rights work not because it’s easy but because it’s necessary."
‘When I researched The No Nonsense Guide to Tourism, I was fascinated by the way the concept of ‘paradise’ was created by the tourism industry and the way we bought into it, hook, line and sinker.’
Week 15: Our last Recipe of the Week is a Turkish delight of peppers, tomatoes, garlic and spices stuffed in an aubergine and served with a delectable mint sauce.
Week 14: Just in time for the holidays, these Ho-ddeock cinnamon buns are full of sticky, delicious goodness!
"Nothing worth fighting for has ever been achieved without a fight! Young people have always been the drivers of change – if we just accept the world as it is, for most people, that means continuing to have pretty miserable lives."
Week 13: This traditional Zimbabwean dish is made of spinach and tomato and is sure to whet your appetite!