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Resistance makes borders porous and is a source of paranoia for aligned oppressive states, writes Uzma Falak.
The neglect of our mother tongues is holding us back, says Apioth Mayom Apioth.
Governments and big pharmaceutical companies have a shared responsibility, argues Natalie Nezhati.
The military-backed authorities recently refused entry to Human Rights Watch workers. They blocked the messengers but they can’t block the message, says Sarah Leah Whitson.
Sidi Sarro and Francis Odhiambo ask a group of Maasai women in Kenya about the challenges they encounter in a community slow to change.
One of the country’s biggest media moguls has just been imprisoned for 10 years for money laundering. But what does that mean for its politics? asks Cristiana Moisescu.
Iris Gonzales meets an inspiring woman who refuses to be defined by her disability.
Her gut response to one girl’s stand against an attacker makes Mari Marcel Thekaekara question her nonviolent principles.
Eurig Scandrett argues that the momentum towards independence will benefit all of Britain.
With elections due next year, tensions are simmering, writes Andrew Noakes.