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The People’s Assembly unpicked

Amy Hall is enthused but unclear as to next steps after an Assembly that was more lively conference than a forum to spark radical action.

Filed in: Activism Politics United Kingdom

Edward Snowden is a true patriot

As a supposed bastion of democracy, the US should support those who expose the truth, writes Mari Marcel Thekeakara.

Filed in: Democracy Human Rights Politics United Kingdom United States

Coming to Britain: Underground Coal Gasification

The seduction of plundering the last fossil fuel reserves has blinded industry and government to the potential damage, writes Lorna Stephenson.

Filed in: Climate Change Energy Environment United Kingdom

G8 mobilizations need solidarity, not stage management

Jamie Gorman was inspired by Belfast’s Big March for a Fairer World, but unimpressed by the image control of the If campaign rally.

Filed in: Activism Environment Hunger Northern Ireland Politics

Caroline Lucas: ‘The People’s Assembly offers hope’

Mischa Wilmers speaks to the Green Party MP about the public response to the anti-austerity coalition and her optimism on what it can achieve.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Politics Trade Unions United Kingdom

Greece’s public broadcaster: another death foretold

The sudden closure of ERT after over 60 years is another indicator that the country is at risk of nihilism, writes Petros Diveris.

Filed in: Greece Media Politics

Where art meets climate change

London’s Two Degrees festival gets the audience involved in the hope of provoking thoughts, and action, for change.

Filed in: Activism Art Climate Change Ethical Consumerism Film Oil Poetry United Kingdom

Police crackdown on anti-G8 protests

Amy Hall on the Stop G8 Carnival Against Capitalism in London’s West End.

Filed in: Activism Politics United Kingdom

Kenya: confusion follows Mau Mau compensation deal

Maina Waruru fears a ‘scrabble for cash’ as more law firms and ex-fighters threaten legal action.

Filed in: Human Rights Kenya Politics United Kingdom

Britain’s shame: evicted islanders lose in court

The latest legal decision against the Chagossians, kicked off their homeland to make way for a US base, continues a regretful history, says Nick Harvey.

Filed in: Chagos Conservation Environment Human Rights Mauritius Politics United Kingdom United States

Fracking futures: a taste of what’s to come

Politics and art will collide at a new exhibition, as artist Helen Evans explains.

Filed in: Art England Environment

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