In a society that is obsessed with consumer culture, even our education system is marketised, coming at an ever-increasing price. The Free University of Brighton are offering a degree without the price tag. Could this be the start of an alternative education system for all?
As the economic crisis deepens, Huck heads to Athens to meet the protesters of Omonoiea Square, and the waitresses serving tourists on nearby Crete, to get a feel for what the future holds for young Greeks.
As a government online petition takes off and austerity forces police to rethink their approach, is the UK drug debate finally catching up with the rest of the world? And could legalisation be in sight?
The Greek crisis has pitted people against the “laws” of economics. Documentary Money Puzzles exposes the myths at the foundation of neoclassical economics and goes in search of the reality on the streets of Athens, Argentina and the City of London.
From Athens to Andalucia, growing numbers of Europeans are taking a stand against austerity. Here’s what we learned from the hundreds of thousands who took to the streets on Saturday to protest the new UK government’s policy of cuts and privatisations.