For some teachers, this week's rotating strikes in Ontario are a chilling reminder of the school fallout of 1995-2002, when Mike Harris was premier.
What shape will global protests take in the 2020s?
Running has become a way for people to show how productive they are, using their achievements to build personal brands and to compete with others for status.
To quell weeks of protest over extreme inequality, Chile's president has agreed to rewrite the country's constitution, passed in 1980 under the deadly military regime of Augusto Pinochet.
In 1989, Francis Fukuyama pronounced that history had ended. How wrong he was.
India's Modi government has used populist rhetoric to scare the public and turn Kashmiri Muslims into symbols of terrorist violence. The news media in India seems to be following along.
For high school students, e-learning is best introduced in face-to-face classes where teachers can meet a greater range of learning needs -- not as a completely online experience.
Todd Phillips' film reflects a society that is distrustful of traditional power structures and voicing that disillusionment at the ballot box.
Labor will not win an election by cozying up to coal or weakening its climate target. Instead, it must find the common ground uniting workers in the cities and the regions - job insecurity.
Inequality has reached untenable levels – public spending and wealth taxes are needed.
The United Kingdom pretty much did what it wanted in the EU. That it chose to pursue a national agenda of austerity and neoliberalism has nothing to do with Europe.
Feminist activists are finding new avenues for activism in neoliberal times.
Contradictions abound as companies seek to style themselves as advancing gender equality while at the same time marketing sexist products or thriving on sexist employment practices.
New research suggests that non-profits tempted by the social enterprise model do not necessarily lose sight of their social mission in favour of profits. In fact, the opposite is true.
Inequality, poverty, austerity, pollution and a faster pace of life all put strains on city-dwellers – but insights from psychology could help create a more supportive urban environment.
Far from being a technical, commercial instrument, money can be a social and political construct that has immense radical potential.
The book, Marxism and Freedom was written in 1958. Yet, it remains relevant today.
Last year, more than 70,000 workers walked off their jobs in New Zealand – the highest number of people on strike since the late 1980s. The reasons for the strike wave are political and economic.
Young people in the UK experience some of the worst working conditions. To understand why we need to look at longer-term changes in the political economy.
Whether they form the next government or not, the Liberals need to reconsider their reliance on neoliberal economics, which may no longer be serving the party – or the country.