A senior academic has raised questions over the viability of the SNP’s council tax freeze.
Category Archives: Social Justice
Labour could show its committment to global social justice by supporting Africa’s drive to produce its own vaccines.
The tools that citizens are using to advance human rights in Tel Aviv and beyond are evolving.
Salman Shaheen, a member of Left Unity’s national co-ordinating group, replies to Left Foot Forward editor James Bloodworth, who wrote a piece for the Guardian yesterday in which he argued that the left should stick with the Labour Party.
Writing in today’s Guardian, Left Foot Forward editor James Bloodworth rejects the idea that there is a need for a new party of the left.
Of the brands involved in sourcing from the Bangladesh garment factory at the heart of the disaster in April, only nine out of the 29 companies have attended a meeting convened to discuss compensation payments.
The new wave of feminism in the UK needs to pay attention to the increasing crisis in masculinity, argues Siobhan Bligh.
A new report by the VSO reveals the sheer scale of the under-representation of women across parliaments and governments around the world.
Breaking Barriers: overcoming the barriers disadvantaged families face to engaging with children’s centres
TweetLaura Rodrigues is Policy Officer for The Children’s Society The creation of Sure Start children’s centres to provide a local hub of integrated services and support for families with young children, was one of the most inventive and far-reaching government initiatives of the last twenty years. At The Children’s Society we currently provide over 40 […]
The Taxpayers Alliance has released a new report on welfare dependency, but the proposed solutions do little to save costs and only adds to hardship.