Being shouted at and called a ‘scrounger’ is a routine occurrence for disabled people in Britain, and it’s time for nondisabled people to do something about it.
The UK outlawed revenge porn, but did it make a difference? A disappointingly low prosecution rate suggests there’s much need for reform.
Satire has a powerful role to play, but it cannot be deployed irresponsibly. To be effective, it must evolve with the times.
Charley Pattison, the Green Party spokesperson for Justice, talks to Global Comment about Theresa May’s promise to scrap the Human Rights Act and what it means for Britain.
A televised ‘obesity autopsy’ in Britain is attracting comment and concern from the fat community, which fears that it will contribute to fat stigma.
From the burkini ban to the 1920s ‘modesty police’, it’s always been political.
Stephania Xydia, Cultural Manager and member of Politeia 2.0, talks about the platform’s work to reshape Greek democracy in the face of political turmoil.
A female Prime Minister isn’t necessarily a feminist victory, and Theresa May’s record on social issues illustrates why.
The results of the Brexit referendum were devastating and unpredictable…but the worst is yet to come.
The British far-right barely let Jo Cox’ blood dry on the street before it began attacking her and everything she stood for.