Three separate activists draw lessons from fights to defend working-class lives and livelihoods inside and outside the workplace.
We are facing a second wave of Covid-19 due to the reckless drive for profit of the capitalist class. Mass action from below is the key to stopping the virus – and remaking society in the interests of the majority.
A former care worker details her experiences in residential mental healthcare.
Stacey Williams reviews The Covid-19 Catastrophe, by leading UK medical writer Richard Horton
A wave of actions by NHS workers opens the door for a major struggle against austerity and poverty pay
More from Artivists at Work: resisting NHS cuts, unsafe school reopenings and the gendered impacts of Covid-19.
Nurses and health workers are fighting back on pay – and kicking off a battle to defend our health and care services
rs21 members argue that deaths and job losses are not inevitable and that as we can’t rely on government or employers, we will have to rely on each other to fight for our lives and our livelihoods.
While Matt Hancock was clapping for NHS workers, plans were going ahead to make a large group of them redundant.
As the initially censored Public Health England report makes clear, Covid-19 has exposed the lethal structures of systemic racism in our society. Artwork and text by Katherine Hearst.