A landmark charity for London’s independent intellectual, political and cultural life. Over 200 years of apostasy, radicalism and rebellion, all under one roof.
A generation after the “Satanic Panic”, the world is confronted with a new era featuring the internet, social media and “fake” news. The same principles that fed the fear factory and insanity 30 years ago rolls on into new territories such as the rise of the White Supremacists.
As police racism unsettles Britain’s tolerant self-image, Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper details the activism that made movements like Black Lives Matter possible.
Whether we’re grieving or afraid, worn down by everyday troubles or relentless bad news, there is always hope. Bernadette Russell has the toolkit that will give you all you need to cultivate hope in yourself.
The April 2021 riots in Northern Ireland were a reminder that peace there is fragile. Feargal Cochrane considers the region’s troubled history from the struggle for Irish independence in the nineteenth century to the present.
Poets and Philosophers Tom Whyman and Jack Underwood reflect on parenthood in a time of crisis. How might we cling to that hope as sea levels rise, forests burn and a pandemic sweeps across the world?