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.
Human rights could be undermined, reports Melanie Hargreaves.
New forms of solidarity with India’s poor have emerged, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
In the aftermath of the terrible killings in Paris, military responses are again taking central stage, writes Nick Buxton.
To tackle Islamic State’s terrorism we must stand in solidarity with its mainly Muslim victims, argues Vanessa Baird.
Key organizers are pushing for the climate marches and protests to go ahead in Paris despite threats of a government clampdown, Claire Fauset explains.
There’s a reason that the Paris suicide bombers made sure to bring their passports, writes Hazel Healy.
Why are women still having to campaign for the right to a harassment-free abortion? asks Rosa Ellis.