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Photo militants, defying the laws of gravity

Photo militants, defying the laws of gravity

In March, an exhibition in London will highlight 25 years of photography from the Pathshala media school in Bangladesh.
Let’s salute those who are doing something positive

Let’s salute those who are doing something positive

Mari Marcel Thekaekara is cheered by a confluence of ideas.
Moving mountains to help mothers

Moving mountains to help mothers

Nicholas Metherall visits Indonesia to find out why so many women are missing out on the healthcare they need.
Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.
Doctors are caregivers, not border guards

Doctors are caregivers, not border guards

But the British government thinks otherwise, laments Chelsea Radler.
A return to dictatorship or a Haitian Spring?

A return to dictatorship or a Haitian Spring?

With increased public anger and a non-functioning government, something has to give, says Claire Fauset.

Top stories

Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.

If you care about climate change, should you have children?

Professor Anne Hendrixson and journalist Erica Gies go head to head.

Desertec: the renewable energy grab?

Desert solar plants planned for North Africa are just another exploitative resource grab, argues Hamza Hamouchene.

Digital democracy: action and contacts

Further information, campaign groups and websites.

A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace

John Perry Barlow’s visionary 1996 statement.

‘Thinking loudly’: blogging for Yemen

Human rights advocate Afrah Nasser talks to Lydia James about revolution, censorship and the importance of Vitamin D.

Mind your own business

Privacy International’s Eric King on resisting surveillance.

Blogs

Photo militants, defying the laws of gravity

In March, an exhibition in London will highlight 25 years of Bangladeshi photography from the Pathshala media school.

Let’s salute those who are doing something positive

Mari Marcel Thekaekara is cheered by a confluence of ideas.

Doctors are caregivers, not border guards

But the British government thinks otherwise, laments Chelsea Radler

Moving mountains to help mothers

Nicholas Metherall visits Indonesia to find out why so many women are missing out on the healthcare they need.

A return to dictatorship or a Haitian Spring?

With increased public anger and a non-functioning government, something has to give, says Claire Fauset.

What does a bank have to do to lose its licence?

February’s taxcast looks at the fall-out from the HSBC leaks scandal.

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    The World Atlas of Sport

    This beautifully designed and fully illustrated atlas profiles the world’s major competitive sports, their political uses and abuses, and the profits that flow from their commercial development.

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