As we campaign for peace today, what can we learn from our predecessors? asks Symon Hill.
Articles by Symon Hill
A government that favours the rich and shuns the poor could not be further away from the Bible’s vision of an equal and radical society, says Symon Hill.
- April 30, 2014
Peaceful demonstrators are acquitted of ‘aggravated trespass’ but arms dealers remain free to pursue dodgy deals with dubious buyers, says Symon Hill.
- February 10, 2014
Symon Hill asks for support as he and four others face trial for demonstrating against the arms trade.
- January 31, 2014
Amid the political storm, Symon Hill asks ‘what is Britain?’
- October 4, 2013
The British Prime Minister’s proposals on pornography follow a global tradition of politicians who try to control online access and fail, writes Symon Hill.
- July 24, 2013
Digital Revolutions extras: Symon Hill discusses the paradox at the heart of cyberactivism
- April 25, 2013
Digital Revolutions extras: Online petitions may be more useful in drawing attention to reality than they may be in bringing about a specific change.
- April 22, 2013
Symon Hill won’t be ‘liking’ anything on 1 December because of the social network’s shady tax affairs.
- November 30, 2012
The Beit Arabiya peace centre has been demolished by the Israeli army for a sixth time. Symon Hill visited the rubble.
- November 7, 2012
One year since Occupy pitched up in London, Symon Hill from Christianity Uncut concludes St Paul’s Cathedral has sided with the rich.
- October 15, 2012