No development process succeeds without the participation of those it targets, argues Maggie Black.
For decades we have exported a Western consumerist dream to the Global South; little wonder migrants now want to share our good fortune, writes Jeremy Seabrook.
Nonviolent activists are holding out in Syria, despite the destruction. Do not abandon them, says Daniel Adamson.
Jameela Freitas reports on the UAE’s enforced disappearance practice, which has been heavily criticized internationally.
How do we escape our evolutionary shortcomings to avoid climate catastrophe? asks Helen Camakaris..
The expansion of Israel’s ‘separation barrier’ is targeting Christian-Palestinian communities in the West Bank, reports Noreen Sadik.
The rebuilding of New Orleans has made the city unaffordable for locals, writes Sarah Shearman.
Lasanda Kurukulasuriya reports on a disappointing outcome for leftwing parties in the recent elections.
Beulah Devaney looks at a system that’s failing to protect.
Faith, justice and the arts collide at the annual Greenbelt festival, as Joe Ware discovers.
An encounter with an elderly Tamil man far from home in Malaysia puts Mari Marcel Thekaekara in a pensive mood.
In this podcast, the Tax Justice Network look at tax dodgers from Mexico to Brazil.
Ásta Guðrún Helgadóttir reports from a hackers’ gathering where things are broken to be fixed and made better.