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Jeremy Seabrook wins Bread and Roses 2016 award

Congratulations to Jeremy Seabrook who won the 2016 Bread and Roses Award for Radical Publishing on 7 May with Song of the Shirt: The High Price of Cheap Garments, from Blackburn to Bangladesh published by Hurst.

Among the other five shortlisted titles was our own Blacklisted: The Secret War Between Big Business and Union Activists by Phil Chamberlain and Dave Smith. They are pictured here at the Award which took place at the London Radical Bookfair, with Kate Evans and Mel Evans, two others on the shortlist. 

Seabrook has been a regular contributor to New Internationalist, with several books, among them the No-Nonsense Guide to World Poverty and Consuming Cultures: Globalization and Local Lives.

He has also written numerous articles and here are a few highlights:

Why Children Work

Myths of Radicalization

A Savage Environmentalism

Concrete Dreams

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