New Internationalist

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British university votes ‘Yes’ to academic boycott of Israel

Fanny Malinen looks at the implications of the School of Oriental and African Studies’ referendum result.

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Who controls our food?

Agroecology can help challenge the patriarchal forms of organization in farming, argues Nick Dearden.

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Photo militants, defying the laws of gravity

In March, an exhibition in London will highlight 25 years of Bangladeshi photography from the Pathshala media school.

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Let’s salute those who are doing something positive

Mari Marcel Thekaekara is cheered by a confluence of ideas.

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Doctors are caregivers, not border guards

But the British government thinks otherwise, laments Chelsea Radler

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Moving mountains to help mothers

Nicholas Metherall visits Indonesia to find out why so many women are missing out on the healthcare they need.

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A return to dictatorship or a Haitian Spring?

With increased public anger and a non-functioning government, something has to give, says Claire Fauset.

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What does a bank have to do to lose its licence?

February’s taxcast looks at the fall-out from the HSBC leaks scandal.

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Our land is ours – forever

Iris Gonzales reports on a momentous victory for the Philippine Children’s Medical Centre.

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Shifting priorities: from arms to renewables

Andrew Smith and Matthew Burnett-Stuart urge the government to reconsider its spending plans.

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‘The parents need certainty and they need proof’

Jen Wilton reports from Geneva, where the UN has been grilling Mexico over its handling of 43 missing students.

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