Boris Johnson's classical references are a window onto how he will deal with climate breakdown, writes Gareth Dale.
Reports from climate protests around Britain as part of the global day of action around COP26
rs21 has published a new pamphlet by Gus Woody 'We only want the earth: Anti-capitalism against the climate crisis'
Work, unions and strikes
Over a thousand NEU members have voted to strike in an indicative ballot over an attack on pensions in 23 private schools.
Thousands of UCU members took three days of strike action last week in a resumption of long-standing disputes with employers. Nick Cimini reports on what the other higher education trade unions are doing.
Transcript of a talk that rs21 member Ray M gave on the rank and file strategy as part of a Notes from Below panel at The World Transformed in Brighton.
'We ask the working class worldwide to stand in solidarity with the people of Sudan.'
The fall of Kabul marks a decisive defeat for American power around the world.
What are possible international ramifications of the Namibian-German agreement?
rs21 member Greg Peakin explains the concept of metabolic rift, and why it is an important tool for climate organising today.
On the possibility of socialist revolution and the tragedy of the Egyptian revolution.
Ian Allinson reviews Jane Holgate’s new book, Arise! Power, Strategy and Union Resurgence, an exploration of why unions have failed to revitalise themselves.
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A new book by Brendan McGeever casts new light on the role of antisemitism in the 1917 Russian Revolution and illuminates the struggle against the rise of antisemitism today.
1920s Frankfurt, in the wake of the 1918 German Revolution, established integrated housing, healthcare and education that is still impressive today.
Melissa Moreano Venegas looks at the forthcoming presidential election in Ecuador through the lens of Thea Riofrancos' recent analysis of extractivism and its opponents.
We asked rs21 members what they've been reading in 2021, whether new works of revolutionary theory, fiction, or old classics. These were some of...
We need a feminism integrated with struggles for economic justice and against racism, homophobia and transphobia.
'Let The Record Show' is a pathbreaking history of ACT UP founded to fight the AIDS/HIV crisis in New York in the late 1980s.
Videos and audio
The day after ending their successful 12-week strike against #FireAndRehire, Manchester bus strikers spoke to Ian Allinson about the dispute and what comes next.
Charlotte Powell and Jules Joanne Gleeson speak about what is needed to win trans liberation and defeat transphobia in Britain. These talks were recorded during the rs21 event Transphobia in Britain: Building the fightback. Both include captions.
In December, rs21 organised a meeting 'Transphobia in Britain: Building the Fightback'. Here we present two of the speeches from that meeting, which give an overview of transphobia in Britain, its impact, and prospects for its defeat.
On the 150th anniversary of the instigation of the Paris Commune, rs21's Art Group presents a video project to commemorate the world's first working-class revolutionary government.