Writing for FreedomNews.org.uk

Freedom Newspaper was first published by Kropotkin and others in 1886 and remained in print for a further 125 years. It is now being moved online here to become part of freedompress.org.uk, which we are in the process of revamping!

The online paper will be complemented by a quarterly freesheet and a monthly email digest, which you can subscribe to by emailing [email protected]

Send article submissions, queries or questions about the paper to [email protected].

The Postal address is:

Freedom newspaper
Angel Alley
84b Whitechapel High Street
E1 7QX

Phone: 020 7247 9249

Article categories are as follows:


Anything that would be of interest happening in the world right now. Current political and social affairs from a radical perspective, examples of grassroots effective action, workplace and community issues, political activism, news about the activities of anarchist and radical groups. Includes international news.


Extended and more indepth news articles, covering current events and social/political situations. Can be specialised but still needs to be accessible to the general reader.


Long extended articles that cover all the various Freedom categories including interviews, theoretical pieces, political analysis or history.
» Anarchism in the Philippines
» Kropotkin and radical environmentalism
» Interview with education activist


Articles that relate to anarchist history, important political events in the past, or defining moments in recent history.
» Genoa G8 – ten years on
» 1926 General Strike
» Murray Bookchin in London


Personal reflections, opinions, or responses to current state of affairs, or things going on within radical circles

Getting Active

A place to promote, advertise or report back on your political activity, your groups’ actions, publications or events


Cultural and lifestyle section. Book, film, music and tv reviews. Reports, analysis or simply feedback about current aspects of the culture industry.
» Films: Never Let Me Go and Biutiful
» Books: The World That Never Was, Alex Butterworth
» Televison: The Promise (Channel 4)


Choons to rebel to! Gig reviews, album reviews, band interviews – all welcome.


If you are a radical artist, involved in an art project, or just looking for somewhere to exhibit your work contact the art editor via email address to talk about running a feature of your work.