Here is a selection of websites we have collected over time that deserve some of your attention:
The New Statesman
A British cultural magazine offering news and analysis of current affairs.
The Real News Network
The Real News Network is a television news and documentary network focused on providing independent and uncompromising journalism.
Their staff, in collaboration with courageous journalists around the globe, investigate, report and debate stories on the critical issues of our times. They are viewer supported and do not accept advertising, government or corporate funding.
A unique collaboration of distinguished opinion makers from every corner of the globe, Project Syndicate provides incisive perspectives on our changing world by those who are shaping its politics, economics, science, and culture.
38 Degrees brings you together with other people to take action on the issues that matter to you and bring about real change in the UK.
Avaaz is a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere.
E-petitions is a way for you to influence government policy in the UK. You can create an e-petition about anything that the government is responsible for and if it gets at least 100,000 signatures, it will be eligible for debate in the House of Commons.
Anti Cuts Protests
This site is a hub of anticuts groups and provides information about protests. It is intended to help people who are unhappy with the spending cuts to find their local anticuts groups and to get involved in opposing the cuts.
Tackle Tax Havens
Half the world’s trade passes through them. Right now they’re hiding trillions of dollars on behalf of criminals, dictators, wealthy individuals and multinationals. Find out what tax havens are, why they’re so damaging and what we can do about it.
The Tax Justice Network
The Tax Justice Network promotes transparency in international finance and opposes secrecy. They promote tax compliance and oppose tax evasion, tax avoidance, and all the mechanisms that enable owners and controllers of wealth to escape their responsibilities to the societies on which they and their wealth depend.
LSE Public Lectures and Events
A collection of podcasts and videos from LSE’s programme of public lectures and events.
False Economy is for everyone concerned about the impact of the government’s spending cuts on their community, their family or their job.
The Cuts Won’t Work
The Cuts Won’t Work offers alternatives to spending cuts.