In every major city in the world there is a housing crisis. How did this happen and what can we do about it? 40% off all our reading on the financialization of housing.
From the first ever council estate in Shoreditch, to Erno Goldfinger's privatised masterpiece, these buildings represent one of the most important struggles of our times – the drive for decent housing for all.
Grenfell has exposed neoliberalism's reality: ruthless economising that saves pennies not lives.
A critically-acclaimed, narrative history of council housing: now out in paperback.
In his new book Capital City, Sam Stein describes how one of the tasks of urban planners is to make capitalist development appear to be in the rational best interests of workers and bosses alike.
How finance and politics have caused the global housing crisis.
Samuel Stein, author of Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State, suggests five essential books on urban politics and planning.
Samuel Stein explores the remarkable power of planning to reclaim urban life.
An excerpt from Our History Is the Future that explores the political context of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests (#NODAPL) and the history of international Indigenous solidarity.
Nick Estes' history of Indigenous resistance in the US and their struggle for liberation against North America’s settler colonial violence is now 40% off.
“Hval’s words shock precisely because they’re not referring to sex or desire but instead address vulnerability and nurturing.” — Guardian
“Brave and invaluable.” — Sunday Times
In every major city in the world there is a housing crisis. How did this happen and what can we do about it?
The crisis surrounding Britain’s break with the EU has revitalized support for Irish unity. Yet with Brexit still hanging in the balance, Sinn Féin’s path to its historic goal is anything but clear.
The morning after the European Parliament elections come to a close in the UK, we share our key Europe reading