This week, Adele Walton speaks with Asad Rehman, director of War on Want, about how colonial legacies reproduce global inequality, and the need for an anticolonial climate justice movement.
A World to Win is a new podcast from Grace Blakeley and Tribune bringing you a weekly dose of socialist news, theory and action with guests from around the world.
The podcast aims to educate and inform listeners about the current and historical struggles of socialists in different parts of the world, and to instil a sense of global solidarity by encouraging listeners to take action in support of different campaigns and movements.
On this week’s A World to Win, Adele Walton speaks with Heidi Chow about debt, its role in the reproduction of global inequality, and the legacy of Thomas Sankara.
This week, Grace speaks to David Wengrow, author of 'The Dawn of Everything' along with the late David Graeber, about human history, human nature, and how to change the world.
This week, Grace speaks to writer and researcher Neil Vallelly about utilitarian thinking in capitalism, and its collapse into 'futilitarianism' – and the impact of that futility on our individual and collective wellbeing.
On this week's episode, Grace speaks to eco-socialist activist and author Chris Saltmarsh about his new book 'Burnt' – and how we can build a movement to win a Green New Deal.
This week, Grace speaks to Holly Jean Buck, Assistant Professor of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Buffalo, about what net zero means – and what it'll take to get there.
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.
In this week's episode, Grace Blakeley speaks to Bernie 2020 co-chair Nina Turner about the neoliberal campaign against the progressive agenda – and why working people must 'throw down' to defeat them.
This week, Grace speaks to Geoff Mann, Professor of Geography at Simon Fraser University, about neoliberalism, state power, and why democracy is so important to anti-capitalist struggle today.
This week, Grace speaks with Phil Burton-Cartledge, author of 'Falling Down: The Conservative Party and the Decline of Tory Britain' about why, contrary to appearances, the Tories might be in decline.
This week, Grace speaks to Kyle Lewis and Will Stronge, authors of 'Overtime', about the historical struggle for a shorter working week – and why it should be a central demand of labour movements today.
This week, Grace speaks to writer Shon Faye about transphobia in the UK, why the transgender issue is also a class issue, and how socialists can support trans rights.
This week, Grace speaks to author and academic Ashok Kumar about how monopsony capitalism reshapes global value chains – and about how those changes affect worker power.
This week, Grace speaks to author and political scientist Thea Riofrancos about the IPCC report, the limits of green capitalism, and how the Left can chart a path to decarbonisation.
This week, Grace speaks to Nick Hayes, author of The Book of Trespass, about the relationship between enclosure and capitalism – and how we can protect our right to roam.
This week, Grace talks to researchers Adrienne Buller and Ben Braun about where the power really lies in big corporations – and whether worker ownership can change the game.
This week, Grace speaks to former Labour leader and current Shadow Secretary for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Ed Miliband about fighting inequality and climate crisis, and his new book, Go Big: How to Fix Our World.
This week, Grace speaks to author and academic Linsey McGoey about how politicians exploit the difference between ignorance and deliberate misinformation, and why, if 'knowledge is power', ignorance can be too.
This week, Grace speaks to writer and historian Peter Mitchell about how the memory of empire manifests in today's politics, how Labour supports that trend, and how the Left should respond to emotive calls for a return to a better age.
On this week's episode, Grace speaks to Alexander Zevin, author of Liberalism at Large: The World According to the Economist, about the liberal ideology, whether liberalism is in crisis – and where the liberal world order goes next.