Our case is the biggest in employment law in a generation, fighting for basic rights like paid annual leave and the minimum wage.
We’re losing space; the spaces where we used to come together to talk, to dance, to debate, to play, to make love, to form new ideas about the world.
From being a Scouser to life after Brexit, what are young people in Liverpool's hopes and fears?
The Windrush scandal has pushed Britain’s harsh immigration policies into the limelight, forcing one ministerial resignation and an apology from the government. But people who have lived and worked hard in Britain for many years are still losing their jobs, homes, being denied NHS treatment - who are the people fighting for the rights of migrants?
How can local communities have more control over the decisions currently made on their behalf? The first of three workshops.
We are starting a 'Fairwork Foundation' to set minimum standards in the gig economy. Can we change the rules of the future?
Is this the most honest blog you've ever read about what's going wrong in the social enterprise sector?
The Mondragon Cooperative Corporation is an example of a federation democratising industry - is this the way forward for the future of work?
Government won't solve all our problems, so what are we going to do?
Charities receive unique tax breaks, leading to advantages which are above and beyond any other kind of doing good: is that right? What about social enterprises, mutual and coops, or companies that commit to doing social good? Is the balance right?