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Abandoned: Abolition in education
England’s schools funnel its most marginalized young people towards the criminal justice system, writes
. But educators and young people are reimagining what’s possible.
How British colonizers caused the Bengal famine
shines a different light on a catastrophe that killed three million Indians.
makes the case for universal freedom to roam, and explains why he will be joining a mass trespass of England’s South Downs.
Problems with England’s academies won’t stop
offers a guide to a dangerous and little-understood school reforms
‘Politics is the battle of remembering over forgetting’
Comedian and activist
talks socialist sheds, working-class stories and the importance of sticking together.
Greece, Austerity, Brexit: What might a Plan B for Europe look like?
was in Spain to hear leftwing politicians and social movements strike a claim for a new Europe.
For their eyes only
considers unlawful surveillance and the crushing of dissent.
Government intrusion and the loss of human rights
14 years of fighting the ‘war on terror’ has left us all less secure, says
One man’s attempt to unseat the Prime Minister
recalls the story of Reg Keys and a very special 2005 election campaign.
Tony Blair’s deadly legacy reaps Save The Children award
is incredulous that a children’s charity can honour a man so closely linked to infanticide.
London mums evicted – but not beaten
The fight for housing justice in the capital will continue, says
What does locking up migrants say about society?
As a new immigration centre opens in Dorset,
asks why refugees are treated so badly.
Clampdown continues on Nigeria’s LGBT community
But the global voices of dissent are growing louder, reports
Darcus Howe: ‘All I want to do is mobilize the people to stand up for their rights’
The Black Panther-turned-broadcaster and writer talks to
about his past struggles and future dreams.
Cameroon's women call time on breast ironing
reports on a little-known tradition with devastating impacts on girls in African communities.