If David Cameron's EU referendum gamble fails and the UK votes 'no', what then for Scotland? Will it be smooth sailing to being an independent country in the European Union or tough battles with London and Brussels?
Jeremy Corbyn's Working with Women policy document has been well received by feminists, but the silence on the intersectionality of religious fundamentalism
and women’s oppression, and on prostitution, raises questions.
The "Indigenous Australia: enduring civilisation" exhibition at the British Museum leads
to the overarching question of who is authorised and best equipped to tell the
story of the artefacts displayed, and on whose terms.
Feminists must reject mainstream austerity rhetoric and challenge politicians to adopt an alternative 'Plan F' to bring about equality between women and men on the basis of a caring and sustainable economy.
On July 3-4, the LSE will
jointly host a seminar with openDemocracy on the impact of the
movements in the squares from 2011 onwards. Do they contribute to the
democratic renewal of our democracies and if so how? A conversation.
A British Bill of Rights will not only allow the
Conservative government to deport an individual to a country where they face a
real risk of torture, harm or humiliation: the human rights system must be