There are devastating impacts of family court orders on mothers and children who had fled domestic violence and/or child abuse. New research by Elizabeth Dalgarno reveals this, and confirms the years of collective self-help and campaigning carried out by Legal Action for Women (LAW) with mothers attacked for trying […]
The streets of Paris have become the scene of police repression, attacks on the press and popular resistance. Reports of police brutality are innumerable, as today in France the rights to protest and to freedom of information are under attack. But these demonstrations against pension reform have led to the ‘class war’ regaining body and spirit.
The danger of a climate emergency, for which many are to blame, and which must be acted upon, is clear. And it must be faced head-on. Extinction Rebellion (XR) Camden and Islington will be holding an independent debate on 28 March on how North London groups can work together to […]
Across the British Council, especially in Spain, managerial relationships with staff are slipping and storm clouds are gathering. Busmens’ holidays in the sun? Many think that English as a Foreign Language (EFL) is a bit of an industry for extended holiday makers. There we are, off gallivanting around the […]
Chronically ill and disabled people are gathering outside parliament on Wednesday 8 March, to protest over the NHS treatment of people living with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome, CFS). Steve Topple / The Chronic Collaboration The illness has hit the headlines recently. Two women […]