Neal Lawson and Ruth Potts, both campaigners and writers, go head-to-head.
Amy Hall reports on a little-known tradition with devastating impacts on girls in African communities.
Communities are scrambling to protect their lands from tree plantations multiplying in Mozambique’s northern highlands. Hazel Healy reports.
An infographic guide to investors, target lands and crops grown.
A portrait of Italy’s satirist politician by Richard Swift.
Chris Coltrane wants to know the facts about drone attacks.
Jen Wilton and Liam Barrington-Bush report from Oaxaca on a visit from Indian ‘seed activist’ Vandana Shiva.
Alfamir Castillo’s son and a friend were murdered by the army. As two generals face trial, there are fears for her safety, writes Patrick Kane.
Regina Bash-Taqi from Health Poverty Action reports on positive steps to tackle the devastating childbirth injury.
A movement that began with a call for stronger property rights, could offer radical solutions to the climate crisis, writes Dominic O’Dwyer.
Some of the experts who put together a popular psychiatry manual have fingers in Big Pharma pies, reports Adam McGibbon.
While commercial interests look to ‘seize opportunity’ in the country, Sokari Ekine has seen an increase in the level of poverty.