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Radical? Socialist? Green? Feminist? Red Pepper has been the voice of dissent spicing up politics for 20 years!
Defiant in its search for the truth, Red Pepper is a leading dissenting voice in British politics, independent of all political parties, debunking the myths that exist to protect powerful interests.
It seeks to be a space for debate, a resource for all movements for social justice, consistently internationalist and a home for anyone who wants a world based on equality, meaningful democracy and freedom.
Red Pepper is a non-profit magazine and exists because all those involved believe the left needs publications which are non-sectarian yet unafraid to take a stand, radical yet undogmatic, and thoughtful yet orientated on real-world activism.
With the far right on the rise across the UK and globally, the Spring 2023 issue of Red Pepper focuses on migration – so often the target of far right vitriol. While global elites glide over borders, it is now commonplace to hear of ‘illegal’ asylum seekers where no such thing exists. This issue examines the need to resist the imperialist undertones that only Europe offers a good life for everyone and urges us to learn from similar struggles being fought by migrants’ rights activists across the globe. Elsewhere, our new co-editor Sanaa Alimia dissects the recent bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan as part of a wider exploration of the politics of the body with a particular emphasis on pregnancy and aging. Nancy Fraser explains her concept of ‘cannibal capitalism’ for the essay plus book reviews, previews and all our regular columns.
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- First Issue: Issue 1, June 1994
- Latest Issue: Spring 2023
- Issue Count: 243
- Published: Bi-monthly
- ISSN: 2514-4391