A meeting in London this weekend looks at what it does for Peru’s poor.
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Dan Hancox on the skilled young people who, after thirty years of Spanish democracy, are finding their options increasingly limited.
The discontent voiced at last week’s general strike is being echoed across Europe, say Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod.
One year since Occupy pitched up in London, Symon Hill from Christianity Uncut concludes St Paul’s Cathedral has sided with the rich.
Finance is only the half of it. Britain is facing deep, society-wide crises, driven by an erosion of what represents the public interest, says David Ransom.
With corporates swarming all over the trade justice brand, David Ransom says Fair Trade must stick to its founding ideals or throw in the towel.
August’s Taxcast looks at capital flight, the taxes of Usain Bolt and inequality with the authors of The Spirit Level.
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Michael Burke explains why the UK’s budget deficit is rising, not falling.
Can co-operatives revive Cuba’s sagging economy? John Restakis travels to Havana to find out.
An infographic that illustrates why co-ops are a force to be reckoned with.
300 years of the movers and shakers who’ve put co-operation on the map.
PHOTO ESSAY: For Eritrean migrants, there is more dignity in death
The recent Saudi clampdown on migrant workers has brought campaigners onto the streets. Chris Matthews was with some of them in London.
Jamie Kelsey-Fry reflects on the movement that has united people around the world.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara argues that we can all improve our wellbeing through traditional medicine and by slowing down.
Ken Loach: why I support a cultural boycott of Israel