Ahead of the release of her new book, the author talks to writer Robin Craig about how trans healthcare must change, sex worker solidarity and what it will take to achieve trans liberation.
In this morning’s Queen’s Speech, the mention of social care amounted to a single line. It failed to ensure the investment and long-term action that is needed to support people throughout their lives.
We sat down on our Instagram channel with actor and activist Nathaniel Hall, who contracted HIV at age 16, to discuss the Channel 4 drama and how, after years of keeping it secret, he came to live openly and boldly with the disease.
Frontline migrant health workers are risking their lives amid the pandemic, all while being made to pay extortionate visa charges. When will the Government care for the people who care for others?
Dr Kate Paradine, CEO of Women in Prison, makes the case for urgently protecting prison residents and staff.
In the wake of a rule change meaning that more gay men can give blood, writer Benjamin Weil argues that the burden of AIDS discrimination has merely shifted elsewhere in the community.
Filmmaker Alexander Naunau discusses his new documentary, Collective – a shocking investigation into big pharma and institutional injustice.
In countries where reproductive healthcare is neither safe nor legal, many women rely on travel to access the help they need. But in the age of coronavirus, this is no longer possible.
The government’s decision to reopen state schools is nothing to do with education, and only proves that capitalism is dependent on care work.
A new documentary examines the lack of government funding in the country, and the citizens who have been forced to pick up the slack.
Last weekend, the Conservatives launched their 2019 election manifesto – here are some of the more sinister key policy shifts you may have missed.
Migrants can be charged up to 150 per cent of costs upfront for UK medical care. As a result, many are being denied lifesaving treatment.