New Internationalist

The Editors’ Blog

Last gasp for the tuna

Representatives of the International Convention for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) are meeting in France to decide the fate of our favourite fish. We need to make sure that they act now to stop catastrophic overfishing.

BT – Disconnect now!

A new campaign is launched today urging British Telecommunications to end its partnership with Israeli company Bezeq International, whose parent company supplies phone services to illegal Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Ideastorm!

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The cuts are ideological...

…and a book shows us why.

I don't mean to be Crude, but...

500 activists blockaded a major oil refinery on Saturday, stopping the flow of oil to London. Watch this beautiful film of the Crude Awakening. 

Deportation: ‘taken ill’ or killed?

The death of Jimmy Mubenga on a flight to Angola raises urgent questions about the treatment of asylum seekers.

Food for thought

16 October is World Food Day – and here’s an invitation to film yourself eating to help raise awareness of food sustainability issues.

Get off your arse and change the world!

A new film promises to demystify the activist movement and inspire us all to get involved. 

Big democracy revisited

Why aren’t we more like Latin Americans? Vanessa Baird asks.

Deported! Different destinies

Following up on the lives of the men we featured in our June Deported! edition.

Time to make good on your promises!

World leaders are meeting in New York to discuss progress on the Millennium Development Goals. Justin Forsyth considers the likely outcome.

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