Haifa Fragments is a novel published by New Internationalist. In this video Chris Brazier explains how the book navigates difficult and intriguing terrain.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara explains how a karate girl surprises sexual predators.
Kevin Smith looks to local politics for a solution against TTIP.
Charlie Holt decries politicians’ narrow view of a situation unfolding across the world.
Iris Gonzales reports on a conference seeking to create a fairer economy for a region notorious for cheap labour and exploitation by the West.
Fear and fascination govern how urban types see nomads, writes Tom Hart.
Jackie McVicar looks at the country’s long road to elections and political recovery.
John Chilcot has held back the release of his findings for nearly five years. Bereaved families have had enough, writes Felicity Arbuthnot.
Compassion for refugees is spreading across Europe. Could it lead to a saner ‘open borders’ policy? asks Vanessa Baird.
Beneath a veneer of respectability sits an authoritarian monarchy with little concern for human rights, says Andrew Smith.
Disasters and emergencies are brutal in their exposure of who matters and who doesn’t, argues Rich Mallett.