Is Indian democracy broken? Carl Packman looks at a new book by Ram Mashru which examines how the Indian establishment is setting back democracy.
Category Archives: Social Justice
Yesterday’s demonstration was a clear statement that students will not be intimidated by the police, writes Tom Harris.
Western countries are effectively giving corrupt people and companies the tools to steal from their citizens.
The persecution of Christians will be debated today in the House of Commons.
The European Union’s austerity measures and the dismantling of collective bargaining in a number of countries is unlawful, according to a professor at the University of Bremen.
Boris is using this position as Mayor to help the elite reshape London – regrettable consequences.
Sinn Fein has accused the UK government of threatening Northern Ireland for its reluctance to implement its welfare reforms.
A senior academic has raised questions over the viability of the SNP’s council tax freeze.
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.