New Internationalist

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Ten days to save Neak Ta

Young Cambodian artists are being mentored as they explore the links between their traditional music and modern works – but they need our help.

Election blues... and reds and greens

This is not a General Election that any of us can approach with great enthusiasm, writes Chris Brazier.

KPFA Radio Interview

Have a listen to my interview with Berkeley’s KPFA Radio on my recent trip to Baghdad, to research the May issue of New Internationalist - all about Iraq, 7 years after the invasion.

Checkpoint 303 - crossing boundaries



The politically engaged group refer to their work as ‘Free tunes from the Occupied Territories’, as Louise Gray discovers.

How to vote responsibly

A new campaign offers the disillusioned electorate the chance to 'donate' their vote to people affected by British Government policies.

Calling all young writers!

A new competition to honour the work and words of US writer and activist Paul Goodman has been launched by documentary-maker Jonathan Lee.

Hate has no place in the house of God

Desmond Tutu speaks out against the wave of homophobia sweeping across many African countries.

Turn up the volume!

New to the website this month: a chance to listen to the albums we review.

Have your say!

What themes should we be covering in the magazine and on-line?

Culture from chaos

Where next for Iraqi art?

Fuelling the debate

It's big, but it's not clever - the biofuel boom is threatening lives and land.  

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