These are short, sharp guides to the contemporary challenges, crises and political movements for social justice. FireWorks books cover central debates in 21st century politics, economics and society, addressing particular issues while also developing our imaginations of a better future. The series editors are Gargi Bhattacharyya, Professor of Sociology at the University of East London and Anitra Nelson, Honorary Principal Fellow at University of Melbourne.
An accessible introduction to the history and characteristics of settler colonialism
A clear introduction to the politics of permaculture, from a renowned writer and practitioner within the movement
An insightful analysis examining race, the state, the media and criminalisation in Britain
The welfare state is unfit for purpose – how can we transform it into a force for equality and social justice?
What happens when our society is faced with an existential crisis?