Don’t despair, organise!: How to start a community kitchen

This text first appeared at the awesome South Norwood Community Kitchen’s website. Community kitchens are popping up all around the country and they are truly spaces that can make the world a better place, create friendships and make our neighbourhood feel more connected.  One myth that needs to be dispelled is that community kitchens are not

Practices of Self-Organisation in 1980s South Africa

In this transcribed talk, Russian academic Daria Zelenova explores the experiences of radical militants in 1980s South Africa and the implications of events from that time for contemporary protest. Her presentation was originally given at a workshop hosted by the International Labour Research & Information Group and the Orange Farm Human Rights Advice Centre in

The current crisis and the rise of the Corbyn dogma

A few days ago Freedom published an article called, “The End of Dogma #keepcorbyn as a Transitional Demand.” In it an occasional Freedom contributor argued for support of the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as he faces a coup organised by right wing Labour MPs, Blairite think tanks and most of the soft left media. It