Young Cambodian artists are being mentored as they explore the links between their traditional music and modern works – but they need our help.
This is not a General Election that any of us can approach with great enthusiasm, writes Chris Brazier.
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.
The politically engaged group refer to their work as ‘Free tunes from the Occupied Territories’, as Louise Gray discovers.
A new campaign offers the disillusioned electorate the chance to 'donate' their vote to people affected by British Government policies.
A new competition to honour the work and words of US writer and activist Paul Goodman has been launched by documentary-maker Jonathan Lee.
Desmond Tutu speaks out against the wave of homophobia sweeping across many African countries.
New to the website this month: a chance to listen to the albums we review.
What themes should we be covering in the magazine and on-line?
It's big, but it's not clever - the biofuel boom is threatening lives and land.