Socioeconomic rights

Empire and insights, Grenfell and the Global South: my fellowship year

Empire and insights, Grenfell and the Global South: my fellowship year

“The capital of my former colonisers is a beautiful and a fatally unequal place,” says Maureen Sigauke, who observes that London’s inequality formed an instructive counterpart to a challenging and transformative active fellowship year.

Intersectionality, Activist Organising and Sisters Uncut

Intersectionality, Activist Organising and Sisters Uncut

To understand how campaigning movements contest power relations and social inequalities, we must focus not only on their public actions, but also how they address inequalities within their own spaces, write Dr Armine Ishkanian and Anita Peña Saavedra