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This month at Red Pepper

This month at Red Pepper, we are continuing to fundraise for our New Journalism Fund to develop a fresh generation of radical writers. 

We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has contributed to the fund thus far! We have raised nearly over £3000 and are well on our way to hitting our target.

With mainstream media dominated by journalists who are increasingly disrespectful of the diversity and creativity of political opinion beyond the political establishment, we need to begin to build up a counter-power capable of challenging the status quo both within and through the media. 

Please consider donating to Red Pepper today to help us work towards our goal and help establish a new wave of unapologetically activist journalism.

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Here are some of the highlights of our online content this month!

Why is Turkey targetting Afrin? 

Pinar Dinc and Kamran Matin explain what Erdogan, Iran and Russia have to gain from a bloody war on Afrin's restive Kurdish population.

For All, By All

In the latest issue of Red Pepper, Ashish Ghadiali asks - how do we invite, support and nurture greater public participation so that our cultural capabilities are empowered beyond the crushing logic of market fundamentalism?
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Media amnesia let politicians off the hook for the economic crisis

Dr Laura Basu explains that the media allowed politicians to re-write history, erasing the true causes of the economic crisis. 

The government is using the Oxfam scandal to push an anti-aid agenda 

The actions of Oxfam officials are horrendous - but getting but gutting foreign aid funding just puts more people at risk writes Daniel Gibson

Our prison system is broken. Is it time to abolish prisons all together?

David Scott argues our prison system represents a human rights disaster, and reformist solutions can't tackle the root problems. 
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To really take back control, we need to democratise our trade deals

Trade deals affect every aspect of our lives - from our public services to the water we drink to the air we breathe. Marienna Pope-Weidemann from War on Want argues that we need greater public scrutiny over potentially disastrous post-Brexit trade deals.  

This Feb/March 2018 issue of Red Pepper is devoted to exploring that question of how we invite, support and nurture greater public participation so that our cultural capabilities are empowered.

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