IssueDecember 2021 - January 2022
Felicity Laurence reports from the 'frontline' of the UK's latest battle over migration
Four COP26 speeches by figures from the Most Affected People's Areas
Unfreeze $9bn of Afghan reserves held abroad, says CODEPINK
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Nick Buxton, A primer on climate security: the dangers of militarising the climate crisis
Steve Howell, Collateral Damage
Selma James, Our Time Is Now: Sex, Race, Class, and Caring for People and Planet
Obituary: Jon Lockwood: 18 June 1967 - 4 October 2021
Gentle activist with a passion for Dr Who
Radical music: 'Every nation has a drum'
Penny Stone meets the Minga Indigena delegation to COP26
Diary: 'We are the descendants of the Jarrow marchers'
Our Leeds co-operator senses history repeating itself
Western propaganda scored a victory at the end of the COP26 climate talks
How to phase out fossil fuels with climate justice
What would a globally just transition mean in practice?
Verdicts on COP26
Eight activists assess the events in Glasgow
Women reclaiming the streets
Emily Johns reflects on her experiences as part of the Hastings group Women's Voice
Rachael Mellor explores a key information hub for peace campaigners
Allen Lane, 2021; 256pp; £20
Tom Huggins-Teasdale finds inspiration in a recent Glasgow demo
A volunteer explains how a group of young people have constructed an oral history of 5…
Ian Sinclair, Rupert Read and Joanna Booth explain how they ended up publishing the most…