HOPE must lie at the heart of this strategy: the promise and vision that hate can be replaced with something better
Growing public concern for environmental issues is both welcome and long overdue. However, we must remain vigilant of the bigoted fringe that seeks to corrupt noble causes, shift blame towards minorities, and divert good intentions into destructiveness of another kind.
At best, the radical right and far right’s green sheen provides a softer face to divisive politics. At worse, it can elevate gutter prejudices and violent impulses to a sacred mission to defend one’s spiritual home.
The public social media accounts of Cllr Tim Wills contain the standard fare of an enthusiastic Conservative borough councillor, with posts showing him canvassing for…
Over the past 18 months, HOPE not hate have been committed to bring the Uyghur people’s suffering to light, raising awareness and campaigning for action….