14.06.2022
UK Academics Campaigning for Social Justice

Faced with precarious contracts and poor working conditions, university staff have been organising for the promise of social justice in education.

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07.06.2022
Striking Against the Neoliberal University

Facing unsustainable pressure and a lack of resources and decent working conditions, academics and students in the UK are taking action.

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05.01.2022
Degrowth Is About Global Justice

Jason Hickel argues that only degrowth can steer the world away from its worsening ecological crisis. We sat down with him to discuss his new book and ask what degrowth would mean for relations between the Global North and South.

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21.09.2021
Affordable Housing is a Human Right

Leilani Farha, global housing expert, explains the housing crisis, how to alleviate it, and why housing should be viewed as a fundamental human right.

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14.05.2021
From Profit-taking to Life-making: Quality Care for People and Planet

Sociologist Sara Farris explains how the lens of social reproduction offers a way to understand the structural under-valuing of the work that keeps society on its feet.

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13.04.2021
Beyond the Growth Imperative

What does environmental economist Tim Jackson’s latest book, Post Growth, have to say about breaking the growth chokehold?

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08.12.2020
National Capitalism in Orbán’s Hungary

Explanations for democratic backsliding in Hungary have so far neglected the role of neoliberalism and the resultant economic disintegration.

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06.07.2020
The End of Neoliberal Ideology

Neoliberalism is failing to meet the crises of our time. What in its worldview, social and ecological consequences call for putting it to rest?

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19.05.2020
Environmental Justice and the EU’s Relationship with Latin America

It is time for Europe to fulfil its desired role as a standard-bearer in environmental, social and gender-based protection.

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15.05.2020
The EU-Mercosur Trade Deal Must Be Stopped

Still to be ratified, the EU-Mercosur agreement could entrench centuries-old inequality between the two regions, as well as threaten the planet.

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