Another victory for campaigners on Bristol’s slavery legacy as momentum builds
Momentum is building in the struggle for how Edward Colston, and slavery itself, should be remembered in Bristol in 2017.
How this Barcelona group is building community power
An interview with the vice-president of the Federation of Neighbourhood Associations of Barcelona
Analysis: Bristol’s next move should look to Barcelona
The Mayor and Bristolians can get inspiration in the struggle against the government.
Eviction resistance at Camelot property
Campaigners celebrate after eviction of Camelot tenant is postponed by protest yesterday.
In Bristol, people are turning to alternative unions like ACORN and the IWW to get their voices heard on critical issues such as housing and workplace inequality.
Lettings fees ban: The lobbyists push back
Although the ban on tenant fees from lettings agents was hailed by many as a positive step forward for renters, the industry lobbies are gearing...
The legal case that could shape part of the housing crisis
We caught up with a Bristol lawyer to explain the significance
“This plan empowers and gives us a stronger voice”
Lawrence Weston’s Neighbourhood Development Plan shows what reclaiming local power can look like.
Hate crime: Bristol’s survivors and statistics
“It’s a sign of the times,” Tariq* said to his daughter, trying to explain to the 12-year-old why her school mates won’t sit next to...
Hundreds meet to stand up to racism
“We need to organise so we are the biggest voice.”
Famous slave trader celebrated in Bristol again
Protests against Edward Colston celebrations continued yesterday as official birthday event marked the end of a fortnight of celebrations and fundraising.