About

The Unfinished Revolution Project is a political film project, explicitly focused on exploring challenging issues from a mainstream perspective

THE FILMS

Long-form, exploratory conversations lasting up to an hour on each topic (*not short, angry exchanges)

THE TOPICS

  • Identity politics, “grievance studies” and the impact on public policy and political discourse
  • Regeneration in an era of ‘social cleansing’ allegations and limited resources
  • Welfare
  • Conservative Islam in liberal Britain
  • #Metoo, #believeher, and ‘Innocent until proven guilty’
  • Education: Knowledge – what should be taught, and who should decide

YOUR INPUT INTO THE FILMS

We want these conversations to genuinely drill into issues people feel are too often shied away from by the political mainstream. We therefore would like input from the public regarding what people feel is not discussed, and needs to be discussed, under each topic. For information on how you can feed into the films, please click here.

THE PARTICIPANTS

For the full list of participants, click here

Participants include MPs, writers, academics, campaigners, policy makers, and workers. They have all in some way challenged political, social or cultural taboos and although their views will differ on the topics being discussed, they are united by a willingness to explore and critique both their own views, and the views of others, via open, honest and forthright discussions.


“The Unfinished Revolution Project is an attempt to make a tangible, positive and constructive contribution to politics and political discourse. Through our films, which will deliberately focus on some of our most contentious political, social and cultural issues, we hope to give a much-needed platform to moderate and nuanced voices in these debates. Such voices have an essential role to play in helping society find a shared way through a hugely divided, hostile and polarised time.”

Nora Mulready, Founder

Nora Mulready, Founder

Nora is a political writer, senior worker at a welfare and cultural charity, has previously worked in parliament, and is a former member of the Labour Party