Gabriel Popham is studying for a PhD in social anthropology at the University of Sussex. He is a member of the "Monetary Sovereignty" research group at the Hamburg Institute for Social Research, and his work focuses on solidarity economy and grassroots political movements.
No alternative to sustainable agriculture: how community-supported farms show the way to food security in an uncertain world
“It's easy for many people to run with the idea that we don't need neighbours. The cynicism in some people is the...
Bringing government to the people: a citizens' assembly to democratise policy-making
People’s demand for greater popular sovereignty must be taken seriously – talking to the Belgian MP for Agora.
Brexit: whose will, which public?
Taking part in public life is a deeply affective process, at once personal and collective, and social media might...
Brexit Britain: are we all haunted by collapse?
“The EU is literally following in the steps of the Soviet Union. I’ve been thinking about it since everything...
Clashing scales in Brexit Britain, or why we just can’t get along
The first of three essays contemplating the “complete reimagination of politics” which is the drama of Brexit.
Solidarity with Europe as 100,000 march on the UK parliament
European progressives are clear that the EU’s demise would spell disaster for its citizens, and yet, nothing short...