Resist: Stories of Progress

The commission of an anthology of historically accurate short stories and afterwords exploring 20 moments of popular resistance that shaped contemporary Britain (pairing authors with historians/activists), with events and podcasts.

Retake: Histories of the Black Film Bulletin

The Black Film Bulletin (BFB), which ran from 1993 to 2000, was a central forum for critical debates on Black British, African and diasporic filmmaking and cultural activism. “Retake: Histories of the Black Film Bulletin” is a digitisation and publication project aiming to 1) secure the afterlife of BFB and related archival materials housed at … Continued

Robin Murray Digital Archive

This project will create a free, online repository of the works of visionary Marxist economist Robin Murray who made significant contributions to the fields of fair trade, social innovation, environmentalism and post-fordism. It also seeks to support reflection and creative thinking about today’s social and economic challenges not only amongst academics and activists but also … Continued

Alexander Baron: City, War, Lowlife

Publishing at an affordable price the first authoritative and engaging account of the life and writing of the socialist novelist, Alexander Baron (1917-1999) – with supporting outreach activity

Case studies research and book: the exclusion and politicising of people targeted by austerity

Application for funding for help transcribing interview recordings and editing an interview-based austerity case-study project for publication as a book. About 50% of the interviews for the case studies for this project are complete and first drafts of some interviews written. The book introduction and these drafts are available for viewing if required.

Class, culture and resistance. Working-class struggle, unity and resistance in a divided city.

“Class, Culture and Resistance. Working-class Struggle, Unity and Resistance in a Divided City” is a popular education project being developed and delivered by Just Learning: Labour and Community Education. This is a research and education project that will use both historical and in-depth interview-based research to develop an accredited course and online resource on the … Continued

Consented Youth

Consented Youth will run a 26 week alternative curriculum at Chestnut Grove Academy in Balham from September 2018/19 (continuing from our work last year). The curriculum focuses on providing a political education to 15-18 year olds on histories of capitalism, neoliberalism, colonialism and many more topics.
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