Fifty brave fundraisers will be walking barefoot across 500-degree coals this week to raise money for charity We Love MCR
September is a time of new beginnings, and in the heart of Manchester city centre this has taken the form
Kill the Bill: Protests continue at St Peter’s Square as people gathered over the Easter weekend to oppose the new crime and policing bill
Demonstrations continued in Manchester over the Easter weekend as protesters call for parliament to ‘kill the bill’. Local organisations came
Thousands of Mancunians came together to join in with the nationwide #KillTheBill protests and to mourn the tragic death of
A peaceful demonstration to protest state violence and the new police and crime bill took place in Manchester city centre
Manchester stood in solidarity with Sarah Everard on Friday evening after the 33-year-old was found dead last week. A small
‘Banners, flags, drummers, noise’: Crowds take to the Manchester streets to ‘Rise Roar Represent’ for International Women’s Day
Manchester hosted its third International Women’s Day march on Saturday, bringing noise, political messages and positive energy to the city’s streets.
The Manchester chapter of Amnesty International (AI) celebrated the birthdays of two human rights activists being detained in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
‘There aren’t images of women in chef’s whites in kitchens’: Meet three Manchester culinary stars paving the way for change
Manchester is leading the charge this year for International Women’s Day.
The brother of Martyn Hett, one of the 22 people killed in the Manchester Arena attack, is part of a group of politicians, trade unionists and anti-fascists who are opposing a far-right book launch in Manchester today.
National Poetry Day 2017: Manchester to mark occasion with 10-minute group reading on St Peter’s Square
Four months after Tony Walsh’s rousing poem This Is The Place was heard from the steps of the Town Hall, Manchester welcomes back National Poetry Day.