Editor's Desk, New in Ceasefire - Jul 4, 2019 13:55 - Comment

    Tribute | Our Simon. Rest in Power.

    “His death is a massive loss, not only to his family, his friends and comrades, but to all those fighting for a fairer society, not just in Britain but beyond”. Pablo Navarrete pays tribute to fellow film-maker Simon Baker who passed away earlier this week.

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    Ideas, New in Ceasefire - Jun 14, 2019 16:58 - Comment

    Analysis | Grenfell and the Ghosts of History

    This year’s second anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire comes on the heels of another poignant milestone, the 60th anniversary of Kelso Cochrane’s murder, on May 17, 1959 in the same area. Mark Olden reflects on the lasting legacies of both events, and the histories of resistance they reveal.

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    New in Ceasefire, Politics - Jul 29, 2019 0:00 - Comment

    Comment | Britain’s shameful, complicit silence over Bahrain’s executions

    On Saturday, Bahrain executed two political prisoners, Ali Al-Arab and Ahmed Al-Malali, amidst worldwide condemnation by politicians and human rights campaigners. The complicit silence of the UK government shows Britain has no respect for human rights, write Sam Walton and Eman Hashim.

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    Columns, In Theory, New in Ceasefire - Jul 24, 2019 15:20 - Comment

    An A to Z of Theory | Hakim Bey: The Pessimism of Autonomy

    In the latest essay in his series on Hakim Bey’s work, Andrew Robinson examines the ideas in Bey’s 1996 book Millennium and other writings since, and shows that, while Bey’s work has become more pessimistic, it has retained its focus on autonomy.

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    Arts & Culture, Film & TV, New in Ceasefire - Jul 25, 2019 16:17 - Comment

    Film & TV | Review | ‘When they See Us’ by Ava DuVernay

    ‘When They See Us’, Ava DuVernay’s four-part dramatised chronicling of the story of the Exonerated Five, is gut-wrenching but compelling viewing, writes Asim Qureshi.

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