Although the neoliberal economic settlement is unravelling, its political underpinning remains largely unchallenged. Our manifesto calls into question the neoliberal order itself, and argues that we need radical alternatives to its foundational assumptions.
To celebrate the completion of the Manifesto, Soundings organised a one day conference to discuss and develop the ideas outlined in the Manifesto, and seminars to accompany each instalment. A video of the manifesto launch is available here.
You can download and read the manifesto for free here (PDF), or buy the print edition here.
Framing statement – After neoliberalism: Analysing the present, Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin
1. Vocabularies of the economy, Doreen Massey
2. A relational society, Michael Rustin
3. Common-sense neoliberalism, Stuart Hall and Alan O’Shea
4. After neoliberalism: The need for a gender revolution, Beatrix Campbell
5. A growing discontent: Class and generation under neoliberalism, Ben Little
6. States of imagination, Janet Newman and John Clarke
7. Whose economy? Reframing the debate, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin
8. Rethinking the neoliberal world order, Michael Rustin and Doreen Massey
9. Energy beyond neoliberalism, Platform
10. Race, migration and neoliberalism, Sally Davison and George Shire
11. Displacing neoliberalism, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin
‘The Kilburn Manifesto is a fitting testament to the contribution of Stuart Hall to British political life. It presents an incisive and powerful analysis of the current neoliberal moment making it essential reading for anyone interested not only in understanding the present but also in developing strategies for intervening into it.’
-Alan Finlayson, Professor of Political and Social Theory at The University of East Anglia