Dan Hind is a publisher and researcher who has spent much of the past decade trying to win Britain round to the cause of democratic reform of the UK state and its system of communications. His books include ‘The Return of the Public: Democracy, Power and the Case for Media Reform’.
Published in: Home: OpinionWe deserve better than Starmer’s Blairite government. Here’s how we get it
OPINION: To avoid another government committed to continuing Thatcherism, we need new tech that makes votes count
Published in: Home: OpinionWill the Emily Maitlis BBC controversy finally wake up moderates?
The journalist’s impartiality claims only touch on what academics have been trying to warn about for years
To achieve press freedom, we must rewrite journalism
It is time to liberate our media systems from the political and economic forces that have long subtly controlled them
After Corbynism, where next?
We’re launching Citizens for a Democratic Society, to demand radical democracy – here’s how to get involved.
Another media regime is possible
From the liberal public sphere to the information commons.
Published in: openDemocracyUKThe people we might become: Personality and the organisation of knowledge
The media has sold us collective hallucinations of ourselves, from Keynesian man to Thatcherite man (and woman). Can...