In 1902, American leader Eugene V. Debs wrote about his journey from moderate labour organiser to militant socialist. To mark the 95th anniversary of his death, we republish his words.
Our education system is failing both pupils and workers, and political leaders don’t seem to care – so education unions are putting forward their vision for radical change.
Discussions around the four-day week have focused too much on white-collar work – but the case for fewer hours without loss of pay is even stronger in sectors like construction.
A new book by David Wengrow and the late David Graeber is a rejection of the fatalistic myths of human history – and a defence of our power to shape our own world.
Right-wingers want to blame inflation on workers’ wage demands, but the real culprits are their own policies – and the failure to invest in the climate transition.
This week, Grace speaks to researcher and author Phil Jones about when ‘automation’ is actually just poorly-paid microwork – and how those workers can organise to resist exploitation.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
The establishment thinks rent controls will ‘destroy’ our cities – but the truly destructive force is the unchecked power of landlords.
The Global North’s stockpile of Covid-19 vaccines won’t eradicate the virus – but it does expose the reality of capitalism’s deep international inequalities.
New research into life expectancy across England’s richest and poorest areas reveals the real cost of social inequality – a decade of life.
Starting tomorrow, the UCU is balloting workers at 152 universities in a landmark battle over pensions, pay and conditions – it will be the biggest industrial fight in the union’s history.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
In Brixton, the local community are fighting a Texan millionaire’s attempt to build a vanity tower block that would tear the soul out of the iconic market and turbo-charge gentrification.
In her new memoir, Sheila Rowbotham writes about the radical aspirations of feminism and socialism in the 1970s – and how many of the decade’s struggles remain to be won today.
This week, Boris Johnson has been talking up the role trains can play in tackling the climate crisis – but there’s one policy he refuses to adopt: reversing decades of disastrous privatisation.
Boris Johnson claims that he wants to see a high-wage economy, but Britain’s decade-long wage stagnation is directly linked to the decline of trade unions – and the Tory laws that helped to cause it.