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.


KIN 2018 will be an international learning space for 60 black activists to explore the intellectual history of anti racism, share best organising practices and develop resilient leadership for racial justice.

London Recruits

A feature-length documentary and related educational project telling the true story of the young, mostly British, students and workers who volunteered for life-threatening, undercover missions against South Africa’s apartheid regime.

The Leveller Association development project

Through developing the Levellers’ Association to initiate a related series of conferences, lectures, walking tours, film showings, public events, and the production of printed and online material that both deepen and broaden our understanding of the English revolution, the place of radicals within it, and the importance of left and Marxist approaches to history.

Votes for Women 100

In 2018 it will be one hundred years since women voted in Parliamentary elections for the first time. Although the Representation of the People Act 1918 enfranchised only 40% of women, it was a landmark in British history. It established the principle of Parliamentary votes for women and was the foundation of the campaign for … Continued
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