Ian Mell from the University of Manchester argues the case for more small urban parks, to level up the playing field when it comes to accessing nature.
Demo in St Peter’s Square sees those with first-hand experience of trying to stay in the UK after fleeing their homes speak out against the government’s Nationality and Borders Bill.
New exhibition to celebrate the lives of the Pankhurst family opens to the public on the 29 August, at The Pankhurst Centre.
Alexandria Slater takes a preview tour round the exhibition and is blown away by its revelations.
Virtual tour by the Peoples History Museum, published on Instagram, celebrates the struggles for justice and equality by migrant women in the UK.
Proposed Order will ‘create a hostile environment for homeless people’ in Manchester city centre says open letter to the council
Manchester City Council will meet tomorrow to discuss the introduction of a controversial Public Space Protection Order. Fifty eight signatories to an open letter are calling on the council to oppose the proposal, which they claim will be severely detrimental to homeless people within the city centre. An open letter addressed to Manchester City Council […]
Mary Quaile, a Manchester Irish trade unionist and one of the first women to be elected onto the Trades Union Congress, led a women-only delegation to the Soviet Union in 1925. Their objective was to investigate the lives of women and children in the new socialist state. Mary left school at 12, like most working […]