This month’s film reviews.
Popular participation, social ideals and ecological sustainability are key attributes of sustainable systems, Claire Fauset writes.
Mark Boyle writes on why he opposes ‘mindless nonviolence’.
Naomi Klein and her team speak to Marienna Pope-Weidemann about the significance of The Leap Manifesto.
The country fears that if they don’t completely crush any form of protest they will lose control. Emily Korstanje reports.
Global inequality lies at the root of our anxiety over migrants, says Bridget Anderson.
The controversial British politician speaks with Comedian Omar Hamdi for this revealing interview.
A new wave of smart appliances could soon be spying on your every move, warns Chris Spannos.
There’s much to admire in the documentary but its political framing and a major error threaten to undermine its message, writes Danny Chivers.
It is now martyrdom or freedom for Mohammed Al-Qeeq, reports Giedre Steikunaite.
The new head of Save the Children will be remembered as a hard-liner on immigration, writes Peter Kenworthy.
Sabita Banerji reports on the challenge of securing labour rights for plantation workers in India.
So why has the government cut funding for contraception? asks Iris Gonzales.