Jatinder Hayre discusses the impact of the pandemic on women's reproductive rights and health inequalities.
In response to the formation of an APPG on Political Literacy, Robert Lennox discusses why it is crucial for political literacy to be taught in schools.
In the second article of a two-part series, Sam Dalton discusses some of the ways we can better empower young people and engage them in our political system.
In the first article of a two-part series, Sam Dalton discusses the stark generational imbalance inherent within our political system and why it matters.
Victory! – What Does the UK Supreme Court’s Historic Verdict on Uber Drivers Mean for Workers’ Rights?
In the second article of the Law Network's ongoing Blog Series, Thomas Fawns discusses the significance of the UK Supreme Court's recent unanimous ruling that Uber drivers are workers.
Avery Warner discusses how the current system for transgender and non-binary people seeking to medically transition is harmful and not fit for purpose.
Telemedical Early Abortion Gives Service Users Privacy and Safer Access – Tell the Home Office It Needs to Become Permanent
In the first article of the Law Network's ongoing Blog Series, Charlotte Kelly discusses the significance of the Home Office's consultation: 'Home use of both pills for early medical abortion'.
Gautam Kambhampati makes the case that free trade is only good if it's coupled with free movement and discusses those countries outside of Europe that are the UK's natural allies.
Tom Hunter interviews a third year medical student about her experiences of the pandemic.
Funmi Oduniyi discusses the dangers of tribalism in politics and how we can and must end it.
Tom Talbot offers an insider's view of the impact of Covid-19 on the hospitality sector.
Katherine Roddy reflects on working as a teacher during the pandemic and what the crisis has meant for our education system.
Daniel Harrison makes the case for the Labour Party to learn from Jacinda Ardern and claim the future.
Pablo John discusses the impact of austerity on rural communities and how Labour can win rural Britain back
Covid Stories From the Frontline: Interview with Pauline Nandoo, Director of Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS).
Alice Arkwright interviews Pauline Nandoo Director of Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS) about what the pandemic has meant for the challenges faced by refugees and asylum seekers, and how SDCAS has responded during the crisis.
Matthew Oulton discusses why Labour need to make tackling regional inequality a priority in order to reclaim the heartlands.
Chris Wongsosaputro and Amarvir Singh-Bal on Being Elected Co-Chairs of the YF Economy and Finance Network
Chris Wongsosaputro and Amarvir Singh-Bal, newly elected Co-Chairs of the Young Fabians Economy and Finance Network, outline their vision for the network in 2021.
Amy Dwyer makes the case for prioritising mental health education within the curriculum.
Lauren Davison makes the case for why prisoners should be prioritised for the COVID vaccine and why we need more evidenced-based discourse on the subject.
Charlie Harris discusses the crisis facing Crown Courts as a result of COVID-19 and the effects this is having on the judicial system.
Anita Paradzayi talks to Sandra Jongwe about her experiences of working as a nurse on the frontline of the NHS's Coronavirus response, as well as the impact of the virus on her personal and professional life.
Dual Connections: A Response to the Fabian Pamphlet “Building Bridges – Lessons From Bassetlaw for the Country” From the West Midlands
Benedict Churchus discusses the lessons in Sally Gimson's recent pamphlet and how to win back seats in the West Midlands.
Read about how community wealth building could be the key to creating a fairer West Midlands.
Cameron Beavan-King discusses how Labour should learn from Birmingham's 'Civic Gospel'.
Nathan Hodson discusses how Fabianism is key to designing the policies and achieving the change the West Midlands needs.
George Richmond and Tina Bhartwas reflect on the need for rural affairs to be at the heart of the New Leadership's priorities, ahead of their event on 'Revitalising Labour's Rural Policy' at the New Year's Conference.
Nathan Hodson reflects on being a junior doctor in mental health during the pandemic, the challenges for junior doctors on the frontline, and what covid-19 has meant for workforce morale.
Jude Wilkinson reflects on the limits of 'free speech' and 'cancel culture'.
Jack Clayton discusses the government's handling of the pandemic and the dangers of Johnson's indecision.
Matthew Oulton discusses why Labour need to regain economic credibility in order to challenge the Conservatives in 2024.
Hannah Fuchs and Panny Antoniou, newly elected Co-Chairs of the Young Fabians International Network, outline their vision for the network in 2021.
Amy Dwyer makes the case for introducing a measure of student wellbeing and mental health in league tables.
Muhammad Daniyal discusses the possibility of a third national lockdown.
Chair of the Young Fabians, Mark Whittaker, reflects on 2020 and makes the case for collectively building a better world in 2021.
Shohaib Ali makes the case for Labour to lead the national debate on public health.
Hannah Fuchs discusses what innovative solutions the Government should seek to implement to tackle fast fashion.
Stephen Naulls discusses the effects of social media on mental health and the actions we need to see from policymakers to tackle this.
Daniel Monaghan considers economic policy during the pandemic, and makes the case for British businesses to move toward progressive ownership models.
Anti-Microbial Resistance: Another Big Reason Why Cuts to the Foreign Aid Budget Are a Terrible Idea
Conrad Fallon discusses how cuts to the foreign aid budget would negatively impact the global effort to prevent the spread of anti-microbial resistance.
Charlie Harris discusses the current role of the Human Rights Act and the potential ramifications of Conservative plans to 'update' the legislation.
Lauren Davison reflects on the publication of the shocking 2020 figures for drug-related deaths in Scotland, and why the solution rests with Scottish Labour.
Pablo John makes the case for Labour to seize the opportunity to support Proportional Representation.
A Plea on Vaccines: The Left Has to Prove It Has Learned From Brexit and Attempt to Educate, Not Alienate
Stephen Naulls discusses how the Left should seek to challenge opposition to vaccination.
Panny Antoniou reflects on the history of the Turkish occupation of Cyprus, and the implications for human rights.
George Fairhurst reflects on the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and it's enduring significance.
Hannah Fuchs discusses the role of modern technologies in the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia, and what this means for the future of warfare.
Tiigrihüpe: Lessons From Estonia and Why the UK Government Needs to Approach the Digital Sector More Holistically
Benedict Churchus reflects on the lessons the UK can learn from Estonia's investment in national cyberinfrastructure and digital initiatives for its people.
The new Chair of the Fabian Society, Martin Edobor, highlights what Fabianism has achieved and makes the case for Fabian ideas to continue to be central to Keir Starmer's vision for a progressive future.
"As the incoming Young Fabians Exec, we pledge to bring people together, empower our members, diversify our society, make an impact, and build a strong foundation for the Young Fabians’ future."
Panny Antoniou discusses the need for greater cooperation between Britain and allies in the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, and makes the case for expanding the narrow definition of 'national security' to include climate change and protecting human rights.
Oliver Quinn explores how the impact of a no-deal Brexit in the fishing sector would hurt the very communities that voted for leave on the basis of fishing.
Amy Dwyer discusses why Labour should make more of the Tories' hypocrisy on feminism and gender parity in Parliament, and makes the case for more women to #SignUpToStand for elected office.
Milo Barnett discusses the lack of disabled people in elected office and the barriers they face.
Rhiannon May Jenkins shares her experiences of being diagnosed with a chronic illness and how this has highlighted the inequalities in the healthcare system.
Lauren Davison discusses being diagnosed with Autism aged nearly 25, and highlights her campaign with Labour Doorstep to amplify the voices of neurodiverse activists.
Tom Talbot shares his experiences of education and the workplace, and makes the case for the need to discuss what disability access actually means.
Nicholas Trickett discusses the implicit Europhilia of critiques of American power and capitalism.
Find out more about the newly co-opted Outreach Officer and our continuing Content Producer for the Young Fabians 2020/21.
Cameron Beavan-King discusses the upcoming mayoral election in the West Midlands, the themes of Liam Byrne's campaign, and why it matters for Labour nationally.
Find out more about the newly elected Communications Officer and Member Development and Engagement Officer of the Young Fabians 2020/21.
Jude Wilkinson discusses consensus-building vs polarisation as two distinct methods of political change with regards to the climate crisis.
Laurence Hayward makes the case for Labour to reform its education policy to tackle the educational divide.
Find out more about the newly elected Anticipations Editor and Blog Editor of the Young Fabians 2020/21.
One Thing Labour Can’t Learn From Joe Biden’s Victory (And Why We Started A Regional Network for Young Fabians in the West Midlands)
Nathan Hodson introduces the new Young Fabians regional group for the West Midlands.
Find out more about the newly elected National Coordinator and Networks Coordinator of the Young Fabians 2020/21.
Marcus Storm discusses why we need to consider legal personalities for AI.
Gautam Kambhampati discusses our increasing dependence on machine learning models in policymaking.
Alex Walker discusses global innovations in digital democracy and how the Labour Party should learn from these developments.
Tariq Rashid discusses the need for the left to embrace the future of digital technology.
Tom Ascott discusses the politicisation of coronavirus and the dangers of disinformation online.
Jack Clayton discusses Joe Biden's potential foreign policy policies and ideas.
Find out more about the newly elected Safeguarding Officer and Women's Officer of the Young Fabians 2020/21.
Find out more about the newly elected Secretary and Treasurer of the Young Fabians 2020/21.
Daniel Ward discusses the conditions that led to Brexit make our northern towns ripe for proud environmentalism.
Find out more about the newly elected Chair and Vice-Chair of the Young Fabians 2020/21.
James Bartholomeusz discusses the Labour Party's action on antisemitism.
Matthew Oulton writes an analysis of the "Eat Out to Help Out" policy in retrospect.
Henry Raikes discusses the Irish-American lobby in the US Congress and the impact this might have on Brexit.
Amy Dwyer discusses the first Fabian Women Book Club, at which she served as chair.
Muhammad Daniyal discusses the importance of self-worth and caring for others.
Adrian Kreutz discusses the migration crisis and why States should not be able to exclude migrants so readily.
Euan Saunders discusses the innovative and widescale development of social housing in Europe and the rental regulations in Europe.
Megan Kenyon discusses the need for electoral reform .
Charlie Hirst discusses why it is vital that the Government develops a nutrition policy that targets the most vulnerable in society.
Laura Cunliffe-Hall discusses the importance of the language we use to describe women in politics, following on from a tumultuous weekend for the government.
Callum McFarlane discusses why the centre-ground is the key to understanding Labour's past and unlocking its future.
Paul Ritchie discusses why the UK must take the lead in acting to protect Uyghur rights in China.
Foreign Aid and Frappés: Why the Decision to Abolish the Department for International Development Is Misguided
Patrick Hall discusses the Government's decision to abolish the Department for International Development.
Daniel Esson discusses social democracy in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Amy Dwyer discusses the idea of a social license for businesses in order to encourage ethical practice.
Hollie Wickens discusses why Student Finance England is not fit for purpose, and how Covid-19 has exasperated its failings.
Join the Young Fabians on Tuesday 10 November at 7pm for a panel discussion on women's health.
Megan Kenyon speaks frankly about her experiences with Autism, and the consequences of late diagnosis of autism in girls.
Tobi Dada makes the case for reform of the Labour Party's current selection process, to allow a more diverse range of candidates.
Whatever the Outcome Is of the U.S Election, the Next Four Years May End the Myth of the Special Relationship
Jack Clayton discusses the myth of the special relationship between the UK and the USA.
In the fifth piece for the BHM blog takeover, Sasha Langeveldt ruminates over the future and following ones heart,
In the fifth article for the BHM blog take-over, Leon Alleyne-McLaughlin discusses his thoughts when Black History Month is countered with the question of a "White History Month".
In the fourth article for the BHM takeover, Amen Tesfay discusses the difference between the non-racist and the anti-racist.
In the third piece for the BHM blog takeover, Sasha Langeveldt shares poetry based on her experience of visiting homeless man on Christmas day.
In the second article for the BHM blog takeover, Sasha Langeveldt discusses the concept of freedom.
In the first article for the Black History Month blog takeover, Leon Alleyne-McLauglin discusses why the history cirriculum needs urgently reviewing and updating.
Henry Raikes provides an analysis of the Labour Party's future prospects.
Lily Russell-Jones discusses why international training graduates who have scarce opportunity to remain in the UK for work following graduation.
By Virtue Signalling on the Overseas Operation Bill, Keir Starmer Is Making a Historically Repeated Mistake
Pablo John discusses the Labour Party's contentious decision to whip for abstention votes on the Overseas Operations Bill.
How the Government’s Treatment of Greater Manchester Has Exacerbated the North-South Divide in the UK
Donya Jeyabalasingham discusses the standoff between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham.
Alexander Naile discusses why election day should be a national bank holiday.
Oliver Harman discusses the types of jobs we should value and encourage in the Covid-19 recovery.
C.G Hansford reflects on the governments response to the endangered arts and culture sector and its professionals.
Ademola Bello discusses why the modern welfare state is unfit for purpose.
Cello David makes the case for a Social Rights Bill.
Anjali Mukhi discusses the trend in scapegoating minority communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Euan Sanders discusses the benefits of strategic planning for green modes of transport (pedestrians, cyclists, etc) and moving away from cars as a primary form of transport.
Harry Burden discusses the effects of digital and communicative technologies.
Chris Wongsosaputro discusses Labour Party election strategy.
Madeline Lynch discusses why and how we must amplify the need for climate justice.
Omid Miri discusses the culture of antipathy within politics today.
Albie Mills discusses the relationship between the UK Conservative Party and Australian politics.
Daniel Wood writes a review of "This Land: The Story of a Movement" by Owen Jones.
Milad Sherzad discusses the national rail network.
Patrick Hall discusses how our politics and culture have been completely captured by nostalgia.
Cathleen Clarke writes on World Mental Health Day about the struggles and pressures on a candidate in internal Labour Party elections, and the need for the party to be better.
Most men (and women) find it a challenge to talk openly about how they feel and how they cope, but on this World Mental Health Day I have decided to share my experience, my feelings and my thoughts.
Benedict Churchus discusses the recent test and trace scandal in which the NHS Excel error scrambled 16000 coronavirus test results.
Riccardo Vitale compares his experience living in Germany during Covid-19, and the governmental response, to that of the British government.
Nicholas Trickett discusses the lack of global economic coordination in response to Covid-19.
Amy Dwyer discusses national rail reform.
Jamie Dunkerley writes an analysis of the late Ruth Bader Ginburg's opinion on landmark US case Roe-v-Wade.
Why can't we all just get along...
George Richmond makes the case for a National Agroecology Development Bank.
Ben Rutt-Howard discusses how a Green New Deal can help to build the economy ravished by Covid-19.
Amy Dwyer makes the case for reforming the use of referendums and strengthening the role of the Electoral Commission.
Christopher Evans discusses the nation's mental and physical health.
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.