It is often in the silence, in the space left by what is not said, that we see the true shape of British anti-blackness, argues Anna Caceres in her analysis of the discourse around the NHS and migrant workers.
Tag: National Health Service (NHS)
The Young Historians Project (YHP) is a youth-driven initiative, centring young Black people in the production of Black history in Britain. Find out about their latest project, documenting the experiences of African women in the British Health System (1930-2000).
How are decisions made in a union? Jack Saunders looks at workplace organisation in the NHS and the motor industry in the post-war period, and offers lessons for the present day.
It is fruitful to explore the longer histories of debates that have come to define today’s NHS, and recurrent themes of ‘crisis’, says Andrew Seaton [Updated with a response from Mathew Thomson]