The Bristol Reform Riots
October 1831 saw a blaze of anger and thirst for change in the city Over three days in October 1831, Bristol saw arguably the most important riot in British history.
Victory for campaign as mayor scraps council tax changes
The plans would have hit 16,000 of the poorest households.
Watch: Together we can fight modern slavery
Animation ‘What do you see?’, by Sally Arthur, showing how modern slavery works in the UK.
Voice: Drug deaths – “It doesn’t need to be this way”
After the loss of her partner to drug addiction, Cara joined the campaign advocating for drug legalisation.
How this Barcelona group is building community power
An interview with the vice-president of the Federation of Neighbourhood Associations of Barcelona
Watch: Battling for Bristol – Archives of social justice
A short documentary on Bristol’s history of social justice struggle
Opinion: Creative solutions for the city’s van dwellers could be a win-win for everyone
A van dweller argues that community and council engagement could find solutions that suit Bristol’s diversity and tolerance.
Analysis: Bristol’s next move should look to Barcelona
The Mayor and Bristolians can get inspiration in the struggle against the government.
Putting an end to the drug war and “the reign of terror”
Undercover cop-turned-drug reform activist Neil Woods talks about “the most important social justice issue of our time”.
Watch: Battle in the Countryside
A behind the scenes short documentary looking at Bristol Hunt Saboteurs, the animal rights activists who clash with hunters in a weekly battle in the...
Photos: Bristol Wood Recycling Project in search for new home
The Bristol Wood Recycling Project, an award winning social enterprise in the heart of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, has been issued a termination of...
Opinion: We need to fight council tax plans that hit poorest hardest
The short sighted and damaging plans need to be dropped and another way found, argues Anny Cullum an organiser for ACORN.