The Sounds of Protest: Zion Lights reports on a moving experience of words and song

All the lonely people, where do they all come from? All the lonely people, where do they all belong? – The Beatles I love it when art meets activism, and there’s certainly a lack of protest music around at the moment, so when I heard about the new album Breaking the Spell of Loneliness by […]

Fraudulent Recruitment

It has come to our attention that a fraudster is using our company name (JUNO Publishing Ltd) as part of a scam involving recruitment. As far as we know, this has only affected people in the USA and is local to certain US states including Idaho. It appears job seekers details have been accessed through […]

Freedom to Learn screening in Bristol

Kate Jangra’s new film ‘Freedom to Learn’ explores the current education system and looks at some of the ways children might benefit from a different approach to their learning than that being offered right now. This film follows Kate’s award winning 2012 film ‘Babyhood’. You can watch the trailer at: Join the Friends of […]

OUT NOW! The Spring issue of JUNO – find out what’s inside

In the Spring issue of JUNO, Zion Lights talks to ‘No Impact Man’ Colin Beavan; Nikole Verde shares her approach to unschooling maths; Sue Willis reflects on the expectations of women and Benaifer Bhandari encourages us to mother ourselves with her homeopathy column. If you would like to better understand sibling relationships, Sarah Ockwell-Smith’s article […]

OUT NOW! The Early Spring issue of JUNO – find out what’s inside

In the Early Spring issue of JUNO, Saffia Farr talks to Gabrielle Palmer about her recent book ‘Why the Politics of Breastfeeding Matter’; Donna Taylor describes how placenta encapsulation helped her with post-natal depression; Frances Moldaschl explains why she believes babywearing is a crutch, not a rod; and Kirsty Hopley shares her seasonal diary of […]