Greg Collins discusses Keir Starmer's leadership style.
Hannah Fuchs discusses the benefits of increased biking networks across the UK.
Why Computing Needs to Be Made a Compulsory Core Subject in Primary Schools if We Are Truly Going to Level Up
Benedict Church discusses the importance of computing as a subject for students.
Esther Brown discusses the issue of national identity and patriotism on the left.
Funmi Oduniyi discusses the A-Levels fiasco and what this means for students.
Laurence Hayward makes the case for devolution and shares his own personal experiences.
Patrick Hall discusses why the BBC is one of Britain's great successes and must be defended.
Gah-Kai Leung makes the case for a World Court of Human Rights.
Green-Conservative coalitions are a growing political force in Europe. But can Greens make these partnerships work?
Chris Thomas discusses the impact of lockdown on society.
Hal Hooberman writes about Hugh Gaitskell and the lessons we can learn from his political career.
Joe Bishop writes a brief history of Conservative blame avoidance and its limits during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hugh Morris discusses why public amenities such as toilets are a reflection upon society as a whole.
Amy Dwyer and Emily Batchelor will be hosting two Fabian Fringe events on gender equality: Reaching Gender Parity in Westminster and Getting Young Women Engaged in Local Politics, both on 19th September.
Tom Goodyer discusses the divisive nature of modern day politics.
Hasnain Khan analyses the government's policy of testing during the pandemic and fundamental changes needed in Public Health services.
Hope Bhargava discusses the re-emergence of the socialised street admist the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the final article of the Environment Network blog takeover, Adam Dyster makes the case for further investment in green spaces.
Changing Relationships: How Visibility of the Harmful Impacts of the Fashion Industry Must Lead to a More Sustainable Future
In the second article for the Environment Network blog takeover, Laura Cunliffe-Hall examines the environmental impacts of the fashion industry and how consumer behaviour is adapting to become more sustainable.
In the first article for the Environment Network blog takeover, Alexander Naile discusses Low Traffic Neighbourhoods.
Amy Dwyer discusses the upcoming US presidential election.
Matthew Haji-Michael discusses Covid-19 and liberty.
George Walker discusses the UK's approach in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic.
This is my call out to those running in youth elections on the left at the moment, its time to be the person who makes the changes to build a positive movement
- Adam Allnutt, Chair of the Young Fabians
Will Barber-Taylor discusses how Covid-19 has afforded opportunity for scammers to further prey on vulnerable people.
Reece Jordan argues that books written by people of colour should be commended on their merits rather than pigeonholed by the characteristics of the author.
Thomas Kingston discusses his personal experiences with Autism and societal attitudes.
Ben Rutt-Howard discusses the Universal Basic Income policy proposal.
Craig Bolton discusses why the Labour Party must lead the charge in reforming the way drug addiction is addressed.
Tina Bhartwas discusses how Covid-19 has exasperated the domestic abuse crisis.
Michael O'Connor discusses threats to global public health.
Razwan Hussain discusses the global prevalence of modern-day slavery.
Sam Dalton discusses the politics of happiness.
Amber Khan discusses the exploitation of garment workers across the fashion industry.
Imogen Tyreman discusses the erosion of legal principles within modern society.
Uther Naysmith discusses democratic backsliding.
Tim Harrison makes the case for localising power.
Caitlin Palmer discusses 'cancel culture' and its harmful effects.
Defenders of liberal democracies are currently faced with a disorientating amount of critical threats, but I believe the most important is our inability to have a healthy, honest debate. I believe that until that problem is rectified, it is impossible to sort the rest. I therefore wanted to write about what we can do as citizens and as Fabian Society members to fix the tools that can in turn fix the environment, inequality, populism, Covid-19 and anti-intellectualism...
Daniel Wood highlights the importance of engaging in discussions and debates.
Ross Newton discusses the need for effective political story-telling.
Pablo John makes the case for UBI.
Molly Greenwood discusses theoretical justice.
Henry Coleman makes the case for investing in preparation and contingency planning.
Antony Tucker discusses the importance the union.
Martin Edobor discusses why it is imperative that the UK implement ethical foreign policies in relation to China.
Why the repurposing of the Hagia Sophia is more than just a rebrand
Seb Dex discusses Karl Marx in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nathan Clarke discusses the art of protest.
Deep in Coal Country, researchers are seeking Green Energy solutions in our industrial past.
Adrian Kreutz discusses the impetus behind looting and rioting.
Joe Waters discusses the impact of Covid-19 on society.
Patrick O'Donoghue discusses the reputation and preconceptions of the left.
Race and Space: Initiating a Discussion on Race and Its Potential Contribution to Urban Planning Post Covid-19
Hope Bhargava discusses the social inequalities afflicting BAME communities.
Henry Mendoza discusses the BBC.
Dominic McGinley discusses the Scottish political zeitgeist.
Ellie Anderson discusses the importance of devolution.
Olivia Bennett discusses free speech on the left.
Charlotte Tosti discusses class divides in society, in context of the London bubble.
Greg Collins discusses the role of trade unions during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.
Laura Hall discusses the need for greater gender representation at the heart of "green recovery" policies.
Amy Dwyer discusses the contemporary US and UK political climate.
Glenn Armstrong discusses capitalism within modern society.
The Government’s Education Policy gets a Failing Grade.
The Labour leader has been on a media charm offensive since his election in April. But would a Murdoch endorsement be worth it?
Amy Dwyer discusses the importance of a societal shift in attitudes towards women, backed by legislation.
Tommy Robinson Claims to Take Political Refuge in Marbella. But His Brand of Right-Wing Extremism Could Still Thrive in the Covid-19 Economic Crisis.
Tom Wilkinson discusses far-right agitator Stephen Yaxley-Lennon/"Tommy Robinson" and his relocation to Spain.
Martha Storey discusses the societal importance of technology in a post Covid-19 word.
Philippe Lefevre discusses the recent merger between the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the Department of International Development (DFID) into the Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office.
Kirsty Jarvis discusses societal attitudes towards people living in poverty.
Marian Craig discusses the predicted exam results for the Scottish Highers.
FOOD COLONIALISM: The problem with our current food imports and the threat of future trade agreements.
George Richmond discusses the urgent need for a global humane food system.
Labour’s Future Jobs Fund Had Huge Benefits for Our Communities. With One Important Change the Kickstart Scheme Could Too.
Andrew Crichton discusses reform of the Kickstart Scheme and the benefits it could bring.
James Bartholomeusz discusses the impact of the BLM movement and Brexit on British politics.
Ruwayda Shariff discusses potential ways to tackle the rising inequality due to Covid-19 through welfare reform measures.
Emily Batchelor discusses the gender imbalance within the civil service.
Following the Young Fabian's "Getting into Political Journalism and Writing" event, event host and journalist Matt Honeycombe-Foster recommends some further resources.
A link to the event can be found here:
Amy Dwyer discusses the need for compulsory political education.
Elliot Bidgood discusses what COVID-19 has meant for local government, focusing on the impact on social care and what Labour should do next
Joe Cush discusses cycling inequality in the UK.
Will Barber Taylor discusses how 3-D printers can be used to make weapons, and the urgent need to update legislation to recognise this threat.
Jonny Winbow discusses why having an LGBTQ+ inclusive education curriculum in schools is crucially important.
Matthew Oulton discusses the Chancellor's speech last week, which outlined measures to protect jobs and the economy.
In the second article for the Young Fabians Health Network blog takeover, Emily Batchelor discusses the importance of celebrating our female NHS workers.
In the second article for the Young Fabians Health Network blog takeover, Emma Stevenson speaks to a junior doctor about his experiences of working in a hospital during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the first article for the Young Fabians Health Network blog takeover, Milo Barnett discusses the importance of providing proper support and funding to children with special educational needs.
In the final article of his four-part series, Nicholas Trickett discusses the fiscal implications of a green new deal.
In the third article of his four-part series, Nicholas Trickett discusses security considerations and implications of a green new deal.
In the second article of his four-part series, Nicholas Trickett discusses a Green Deal through the lens of a post-Brexit Britain.
In the first article of his four-part series, Nicholas Trickett discusses how a comprehensive greening policy is desperately needed to avert climate catastrophe
Dan McCurry discusses how fiscal autonomy in Scotland could be delivered within the union as part of an incremental process to enable Scots to assess the real impact of dividing the UK.
James Potts highlights "sleep" as a vital area for policy makers to consider.
Amy Dwyer discusses the need for more female representation in positions of leadership.
Tom Plater discusses the UK's arts and culture sector, which has been plunged into a financial crisis due to Covid-19.
Dan McCurry discusses Anneliese Dodds' Pre-Summer Economic Statement Speech.
Joe Peck argues that Keir Starmer must develop his public persona beyond being just 'detailed orientated'.
Hal Hooberman discusses the need for the Labour Party to adapt and change to reflect and represent today's electorate.
Joe Bishop discusses why it is important that the Labour Party creates a powerful narrative, capturing and shaping the public mood.
Amber Khan discusses the government's plans to reform the Civil Service.
Anita Paradzayi writes about the critical role of diversity and inclusion in Public Affairs
Jack Clayton discusses the recent government decision to merge the Department for International Development into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mark Whittaker discusses Boris Johnson's "New Deal" for the economic recovery of the UK post Covid-19.
Newly appointed women's officer for the Young Fabians, Emily Batchelor, discusses what feminism means to her.
Amy Dwyer argues that citizens in Hong Kong deserve greater advocacy and action from the British government.
Jonny Winbow discusses the urgent need for reformation around rules governing land owenership in the UK and proposes the idea of a landbank.
Milo Barnett discusses the formation of campaigning trends in the North East Devolution Referendum and how they have become established tools over the last 16 years.
Jessica Raspin discusses the Horizon Post Office scandal and its devastating consequences for Sub-postmasters.
Hal Hooberman writes a profile on Hugh Gaitskell and discusses the lessons that can be learnt from his career.
Zainab Rehman advises caution as the UK starts to dramatically lift lockdown measures.
Joe Cush discusses US presidential candidate Joe Biden and his record on equality and justice issues.
Razwan Hussain discusses the crisis in Kashmir and the devastating effect that the conflict has had on the Kashmiri people.
Matthew Randall outlines his vision for a renewed National Service.
Milad Sherzad discusses how Covid-19 has plunged the aviation industry into crisis and what steps must be taken for recovery.
Ella Rose discusses the reformation of youth movements within the Labour Party.
In the final article of his three-part "Understanding" series, Tom Marrs explains the concept of modern finance.
In the second article of his three-part "Understanding" series, Tom Marrs explains the concept of modern capitalism.
In the first article of his three-part "Understanding" series, Tom Marrs explains the concept of modern democracy.
Tina Bhartwas writes about her experience standing in a local election as a young person.
Safa Reza discusses the PREVENT strategy and the harmful implications it has for wider society.
Carolina Saludes discusses culture wars, and how the Labour Party must lead and shape national debate going forward.
Hal Hooberman writes a profile on Trade Unionist, Frank Chapple and discusses the lessons that the Labour Party can learn from his political career.
Poppy Stowell-Evans discusses why the feminist movement is vital in championing greater social mobility for working-class women.
Chris Smith writes a response to Amy Dwyers article on revising the school curriculum to include BAME history as British history.
Amy's article can be read here:
Ivana Bartoletti discusses strategies to ensure that advancements in technology work for all.
Greg Gillette discusses the damaging effects of uncensored social media content. He also makes the case for these channels to take a more active and responsible editorial approach to the content being published through their sites.
Matt Triggs discusses the government's handling of the Covid-19 statistics.
Connor Penman discusses how the housing crisis has been exasperated by Covid-19 and explores solutions to fix the broken housing market.
Si Jones discusses the government's decision to reject the proposals from the consultation of the Gender Recognition Act.
Glenn Armstrong discusses the fine balancing act needed for effective opposition to the Government during the Covid-19 crisis.
Cllr Freddie Bailey discusses why alternative measures to austerity must be implemented to deal with the economic impact of Covid-19.
Joe Waters writes an introduction to Universal Basic Income.
Pouneh Ahari discusses her research on the BLM movement.
We have put together a (non-exhaustive) guide, on actions that can be taken by non-black people to stand in solidarity with the black community and proactively take steps to challenge racism when we see it.
In the final article of the Scottish Young Fabian's blog takeover, Albie Mills discusses the politics of football in Scotland.
In the second article for the Scottish Young Fabians blog takeover, Albie Mills discusses why the statue of Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville should be taken down.
In the first article for the Scottish Young Fabians blog take over, Dominic McGinley makes the case for unionism.
Greg Collins discusses how temporary measures put in place for MP's in Westminster, during the Covid-19 crisis, could catalyse permanent reform.
Jude Wilkinson discusses the Bristol protests that led to the statue of Edward Colton being torn down and thrown into a river.
Jack McGee discusses why, going forward, the Labour Party must reaffirm its commitment to the defence of the working classes.
Josh Tipple discusses why the NHS must reform and modernise.
Funmi Oduniyi discusses why the Labour Party must reconnect with the working class, and its core values of creating a fairer society for all.