In Britain, a growing number of disabled people are recording their Personal Independent Payment assessments. Emily Reynolds finds out why.
In the first instalment of a brand new series, Emily Reynolds investigates how the repercussions of lockdown have affected freelance writers.
Now the dust has settled on last month’s election result, writer Emily Reynolds talks to activists from the ’80s to find out the lessons we can learn.
Diversity Radio is a community-driven platform that gives people the chance to discuss, share and solve their struggles.
In 1968, disillusioned with traditional universities, a group of thinkers decided to create their own.
Madlove is an ongoing community project, redesigning creative spaces where people can ‘go mad in a positive way’. Writer Emily Reynolds visits their latest site in St. Helens.
In the second instalment of our new series exploring the legacy of Tory cuts, writer Emily Reynolds examines their effects on the mental health sector.
Misdiagnosis, benefit cuts, stigma and violence: a new exhibition tackles the biggest issues facing the UK mental health movement today.
From cramped offices to crumbling public services: the Complaints Choir wants to turn people’s work problems into song. But is it really effective?
Dear GP is taking the traditional clinic letter and turning it on its head: painstakingly describing the doctors, rather than the patients.
Social media platforms keep guzzling our most personal data, with the promise it will be saved forever – but what if it was all lost?
Saskia Vogel’s debut novel – which explores desire and loneliness in LA – is one of this year’s most exciting. We speak to the author about how she subverted the genre.