Healing is a justice issue: how can we radicalise the voluntary sector, amid a perfect storm of cuts?
When it comes to recovery from trauma, meeting people’s basic needs such as food, shelter, and physical safety is not enough. In an increasingly harsh environment, charities will need all their imagination and creativity to do more.
Safe workplace or damaging to society? Cable readers share views on plans to ban Bristol’s strip clubs
Before Bristol is consulted on the proposed ‘nil-cap’ on sexual entertainment venues, Cable readers give their thoughts on the debate that raises questions about women’s right to do what they want with their bodies and the wider impact of strip clubs on misogyny and sexual violence in society.
Revealed: Pornographer mayoral candidate faces assault and ‘pimping’ allegation
The independent mayoral candidate denies the allegations made by a young woman in an exclusive interview with the Cable
Councillors approve public consultation on controversial strip club ban
Plans to ban sexual entertainment venues have been cricitised by councillors, sex workers and the nighttime economy sector. But now the public will have its say.
Sex-work offences dramatically decline in Bristol as debate rages
Whilst the debate around criminalisation of sex work rages,there has been a steep decline in sex work related offences recorded by police within Bristol.