New reports explore local responses to household food insecurity across the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the indebted nature of Britain into the spotlight once again – but this is a problem with much deeper historical roots, argues Joshua White.
Deteriorating living and working conditions for workers in garment supply chains during the Covid-19 pandemic have increased the risk of forced labour, according to a new report from the University of Sheffield.
With six Covid-19 vaccines fully approved for use, six others approved for early/limited use, and at least 70 in clinical […]
Read Part 1 of this blog series The response of Big Tech and free speech Technology companies have responded to […]
Part 1 of this blog series asks what is the past and future of the term of ‘fake news’? Is self-regulation by social media companies an effective solution?
As we slowly emerge from the second lockdown and prepare with hope for the new year, I thought it timely […]
The COVID-19 pandemic burst in the midst of an already agitated geopolitical scenery punctuated by the fallout of Brexit and turbulent trade wars
The unquestioning faith of supply chain management coupled with free-trade policy has left us unprepared to confront the pandemic.
We need to extend critiques of undervalued labour beyond those with ‘social value’ to engender improvements in the material value of labour globally.