As the UN climate talks commence – where talk of a green and just transition for workers is on the agenda – Conrad Landin inspects the ground realities for oil workers in Scotland.
Conrad Landin speaks to Saga and Ahmed, two young Palestinians who have recently settled in Scotland.
With the legitimacy UN climate conference under question, Eve Livingston speaks to the activists adamant that change will come from the grassroots.
A recent wave of mass redundancies from P&O ferries has triggered outrage. Conrad Landin reports from Cairnryan, Scotland, where the movement to restore jobs is gaining momentum.
As part of its investigation into firms cashing in on the energy crisis, Corporate Watch turns a critical eye on British Gas.
From occupied Palestine to Scottish high schools, people across the world are challenging the warmongers. We profiled eight extraordinary people on the peace frontline.
Join us in Glasgow on Friday 15 September to explore what it could mean to reckon with the impacts of colonialism and why this is essential to building a more just future.
Join us on Monday 25 September to discuss the growing demands for debt cancellation, and climate reparations alongside special guests.
In Glasgow, a new campaign has gas and electricity providers in its sights – and is taking on the regulator too. Coll McCail explains how the group intends to win.
After centuries of government exclusion a new generation of Romani activists is fighting back. Conrad Landin profiles three campaigners leading the charge.
Conrad Landin considers the vital role of New Internationalist – and asks for your support.
After years of campaigning, Big Oil has finally been barred from COP26. But other big polluters still need to be kicked out, writes Danny Chivers.
Nick Dowson weighs up the prospects for success at the COP26.
Stefan Simanowitz meets with the indigenous activists who feel they have been snubbed by the Glasgow Climate Pact.
Conrad Landin explores the idea of a universal free ride.
Research shows that when indigenous people have proper control of forests, biodiversity is much better protected. Danny Chivers speaks to Raki Ap about the case for supporting West Papuan statehood.
Writer Selma Dabbagh speaks to Rahila Gupta about reclaiming Arab women’s sexuality.
Dinyar Godrej explains why the packaging industry loves shunting the blame on individual consumers
Hannah Vickers on England’s abandonment of Gypsies, Roma and Travellers
British progressives must focus on different ways of co-operating with Europe, regardless of Brexit, argue David Adler and Pawel Wargan.
Emergency relief can be done in ways that go beyond sticking-plaster solutions. Frideswide O’Neill and Hazel Healy profile nine groups doing things differently…
Chris Brazier tries to see beyond the wreckage of the UK’s 2019 election.