There’s much to admire in the documentary but its political framing and a major error threaten to undermine its message, writes Danny Chivers.
It is now martyrdom or freedom for Mohammed Al-Qeeq, reports Giedre Steikunaite.
The new head of Save the Children will be remembered as a hard-liner on immigration, writes Peter Kenworthy.
Sabita Banerji reports on the challenge of securing labour rights for plantation workers in India.
So why has the government cut funding for contraception? asks Iris Gonzales.
If you’re worried about our sovereignty read the judges’ statement, writes Nick Dearden.
To mark 65 years of fighting for justice, War on Want is calling for an end to the privatization of war. Ross Hemingway explains.
In this podcast, the Tax Justice Network takes a look at the ‘Wild West’ of Scottish Limited Partnerships.
Being born among this caste often means discrimination from the very moment of birth, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Unless the international community does more to protect the environment from armed conflict, many countries will fail to meet the Sustainable Development Goals, writes Doug Weir.
Natasha Tsangarides examines what’s driving a crackdown on people supporting refugees on the island of Lesvos.