Published in: Home: FeatureHow spying on campaigners became mainstream in the UK
Many of the UK’s most prominent institutions are using private intelligence firms to snoop on activists
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionFood corporations paid shareholders $53.5bn while millions went hungry
OPINION: Without food sovereignty, private businesses will continue profiteering at the expense of the planet
Published in: TransformationDirect action is useless without the masses
Marches may not always bring visible results, but they are crucial for political change. Direct action can't be the...
Published in: TransformationNot just about the money: corporatization is weakening activism and empowering big business
Activist and advocacy organizations increasingly look and act like multinational corporations. Is it worth the...