On an unseasonably warm November day, Bristolians gathered to mark the COP 27 climate summit, which many believe will fail to result in meaningful action on climate change.
Protesters return to family court to call for change
A dozen people stood resolute against the rain outside Bristol Civil Justice Centre to raise awareness of the family court within, and to call for reform of this hidden side of the judicial system.
Halloween Monster March for anarchist prisoner Toby Shone
Since October 2021 anarchist Toby Shone has been held in prison, often in conditions reserved for terrorists.
March of the Mummies calls for childcare reform
Parents, grandparents and children took over the city centre as over 1,500 people took part in a Halloween themed protest for fairer and more affordable childcare.
Make clean air fair, demand activists
Protesters gathered outside City Hall on Tuesday (October 18) to raise concerns about the upcoming Clean Air Zone, which they say will disproportionately affect disabled people.
Hong Kongers say no to authoritarianism
After a summer of large demonstrations remembering pro-democracy protests in their home city, Bristol’s Hong Kongers returned to College Green again to defy the Chinese government.