Michelle Petrie is a new contributor to Nerve. As an ex-patient in mental health units she believes that ‘I have been given a voice through Nerve magazine’ to express her views about being institutionalised.
Steve Faragher, a director of Kensington Vision, writes about the changes that have happened in the Kensington and Fairfield areas of the city recently.
Ashley McGovern looks at the findings of reports into the practices of Immigration Removal Centres in the UK.
David Scott argues that physical violence perpetrated by prisoners is only one kind of prison violence and by no means the most deadly or prevalent.
Ba Revnok comments about disability issues including public perceptions of disability.
Anthony McCarthy writes about John B Rawls (1921- 2002) who was a philosophy professor at Harvard and Oxford Universities and developed an idea that Justice was essentially an issue of Fairness.
You may never have heard of Cargill, but it’s a company that along with four others – Archer Daniels Midland, Bunge, Glencore International and Louis Dreyfus – controls between 75% and 90% of the world’s grain trade.
One of the most frequent questions asked of anti-fascist and anti-racist organisers is why they wear masks.
Tayo Aluko writes about his experience of travelling on the P&O ferry to Liverpool after a short tour of Ireland.
An oasis of free speech or the mouthpiece of Putin? Steve Moss looks at the RT television news channel, one of the alternative sources appearing on Freeview.
Martyn Lowe looks at the issue of increasing student accommodation in Liverpool.
Carlee Graham, Founder of Blue Ocean Planet (BOP), talks about the disengagement of children from nature.
Why have all the Merseyside ‘Labour’ Council leaders signed a devolution agreement with George Osborne and Robert Hough, of Peel Holdings?