In Greece, Harriet Paintin talks to Pakistani refugees about their dangerous journeys and their families back home.
Music by Philippe Pierlot & Dhruba Ghosh, and The Good Ones.
People marching in France, Germany, South Africa and elsewhere on 29 November 2015, part of New Internationalist’s live coverage of the Paris climate talks.
Leading Filipino trade unionist Josua Mata tells Danny Chivers about their success in linking labour struggles with climate justice.
The climate negotiations have done worse than nothing to prevent climate change. Nigerian activist Adesuwa Uwagie-Ero suggests paths toward climate justice.
Religious and ethnic minorities expect the new government to restore their rights. Charlotte England wonders if such hopes are misplaced.
Two films worth watching this month. Reviews by Malcolm Lewis.
The French government’s attempts to crack down on climate protesters have only made their voices louder, reports Danny Chivers.
Hundreds of people from the climate justice movement have remained in Paris determined to defy the protest ban, Jamie Kelsey-Fry reports.
The APEC Summit hosts cleared the streets for their guests, but the poor can’t be made to disappear, writes Iris Gonzales.
The French government is trying to silence social movements, but we refuse to go quietly, says campaigner Pascoe Sabido.
In this podcast, the Tax Justice Network asks ‘Why is the City of London losing so much business to New York, Hong Kong and Singapore?’
After weathering decades of diplomatic storms, many wonder if the international organization can still be reformed, writes Maggie Black.