Josh Barrie takes a light-hearted look at the link between food and fundraising.
The country now has the dubious distinction of having the second-highest child poverty rate in Europe, says Marian Womack.
Jill Jones explains why signing is particularly vulnerable to dying out – and why this basic human right must be protected.
Repressive tactics by the Israeli Prison Service are increasing as Palestinian political prisoners mark day 45 of their hunger strike.
Mari Marcel Thekaekera blames caste prejudice for a lack of outrage in India.
Can poorer countries also benefit from this democratic form of raising money? asks Nicola Bauman.
Human rights abuses, such as the case of Meriam Ibrahim, keep piling up, says Nahla Mahmoud.
As talks get underway in Germany, Jamie Gorman reminds governments that anything other than a total ban on fracking is hypocrisy.
For Lars Laamann the horror of that night lives on after 25 years.
Bryn Smith looks at ways to avert the coming crisis.
Melanie Strickland explains why activists are taking companies to court for selling instruments of torture.