At COP21 in Paris, the issues identified 43 years ago in Sweden still require action. The underlying question remains: how should people live together on this shared planet?
What are the tasks facing the Canadian left following the defeat of the Harper government? The Parkland Institute tackled these questions and more at its 19th annual conference.
Does change have to wait another four years for a new political party to come along, or can we get to the business of organizing ourselves into a social force that cannot be ignored?
The primary challenge ahead of us is not to imagine possible alternatives to this system that enslaves so many. What we must do now is in fact take the leap, make some commitments, and join the flow.
The outcome of election 2015 is far from certain. And when Harper loses it will be -- at least in part -- because movements showed him the door.
On his U.S. visit, Pope Francis reflected on outspoken proponents of an engaged form of religion. Among them was Dorothy Day, a crusading 20th-century activist.
Thousands of prisoners will be moved out of solitary confinement in California, thanks to a landmark legal settlement announced this week.
This year's Venice Biennale showcases a growing community of politically engaged artists, who not only reflect the beauty and brutality of the world, but might actually change it.
Irrespective of whether it was total capitulation, there are already a multitude of analyses trying to decipher what exactly happened in Greece and whether it could have been avoided.
Chris Hedges' recent book is a passionate call for the oppressed of the Empire to revolt against the tyranny of surveillance, financial greed and propagandist journalism.