Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Haringey Development Vehicle – a Triumph of Local Democracy against Gentrification

Tweet Following the resignation of Claire Kober, the beleaguered Labour leader of Haringey Council, the controversial Haringey Development Vehicle – or HDV – looks set to be dead and buried. But was the anti-HDV campaign really propelled by the so-called … Continue reading

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The 2018 Mexican presidential results: between Lula, Messi and the Bolivarian Revolution

Tweet In today’s post Dr. Valeria Guarneros-Mesa reflects on the recent electoral victory in Mexico of Andrés Manuel López Obrador. She argues that ‘AMLO’s’ victory is an important win for the Latin American left that is likely to follow a … Continue reading

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Municipal What? Reflections on #municipalsocialism in the 21st century

Tweet Dr Bertie Russell – research associate at the University of Sheffield’s Urban Institute and contributor to our recent Municipal Socialism conference – offers some core reflections on the role of municipalist political strategies for the 21st Century. Central to … Continue reading

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