by Peter Beresford
15th March 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement and renewed action against climate change all highlight the increasing gulf between narrowly based dominant political ideologies and popular demands for social justice, global health, environmentalism and human rights.

Jess Miles speaks to Peter Beresford about his new book, Participatory Ideology, why we need to change the way we look at ideology and how more of us can be included in its creation.



Participatory Ideology coverParticipatory Ideology: From Exclusion to Involvement by Peter Beresford is available on the Policy Press website. Order here for £15.99.

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