Journalism

Sarah Everard’s Murder: no justice for us without radical change – Al Jazeera 

The chief coroner’s choice is clear: the government’s reputation matters more than justice for bereaved families of NHS staffIndependent

My cousin died after her rape allegation was treated with indifferenceIndependent 

A story of death, trauma and austerityWellcome Collection

A year on from my cousin Gaia Pope’s death, we still have no answersthe Guardian

We are Generation Snowflake, Hear Us RoarHunger Magazine

A very modern apartheidRed Pepper

IMF & World Bank admit to the inequality crisis, but it’s their policies that cause itMorning Star

The true cost of mining in Latin America New Internationalist

Five years after Rana Plaza, Bangladeshi garment workers are still fighting for justice and dignity at work Red Pepper

We couldn’t trust the Lib Dems before. Tim Farron has shown we still can’t the Guardian

If we win the fight to let refugees into Fortress Britain, the world will take notethe Guardian

The EU-Turkey deal is a disaster for refugeesRed Pepper

The Sinking of the Nameless: Recollections of a Volunteer Journalist – self-published