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The strike has been called by the Universities and Colleges Union (UCU) and coincides with actions at 29 colleges across the UK. There will be a total of ten strike days spread over the next four weeks.
The cost of living crisis has been wiped from the headlines of the national media by the death of Queen Elizabeth, but one campaign is
A disability charity is to protest the implementation of the Clean Air Zone, saying it could ‘deepen inequalities’ faced by disabled people.
The first week of UCU strikes came to an end with a mass rally on College Green.
‘An ancient form of democracy that gives power to ordinary people to make an impact on decisions that affect us all.’ That’s how XR
St George’s music hall was packed out and an overspill rally was held on nearby Brandon Hill when national campaign Enough is Enough held its first Bristol event last night.
A vigil will be held on Queen Square this Saturday as part of a national day of action in memory of Chris Kaba, a
Adblock Bristol are calling on Bristol City Council to ban the advertising of high-carbon products such as airlines, airports, petrol and diesel cars, and fossil fuel companies across the city.
Campaigners from Bristol Palestine Solidarity Campaign were joined by footballers from the Easton Cowfolk to protest against the sponsorship of the Israeli Football Association by sports apparel brand Puma.
Easton Cowfolk football team will join campaigners to play football outside Sports Direct, Broadmead, on Saturday to protest Puma’s sponsorship of the Israeli Football Association.
There’s plenty to get involved with across Bristol this September.
As August comes to a close take a look back at all the action across Bristol over the last month.
In the battle for a green future, we should turn to an often overlooked force: trade unions.
On Friday a small rally was held in Broadmead to celebrate the resignation of Boris Johnson as prime minister the day before.
It was an amazing day of pride celebrations for the city.
Beautiful silhouettes, uplifting music and creative choreographies were a way to make a difference in Bristol and an unusual form of activism, writes Ralitsa Pashkuleva.
Interviews and Analysis
Throughout Bristol’s Kill The Bill campaign last year, one constant barrier between protesters and the public was communicating what “Kill The Bill” actually meant. The
Soundtrack to a thousand memories of roadblocks, marches and stand-offs with the police, the pounding rhythms of the samba band have arguably done more to
This is part one of a two-part series looking back on one year of Kill The Bill in Bristol and asking what lessons can be
This is the second part of a two-part series looking at the legacy of Bristol’s Kill The Bill movement one year after the first protest.