Four decades of independent journalism and the social and environmental movements which inspired it.
Miriam Ross speaks to campaigner Tatiana Roa Avendaño about the Cerrejón mine, displacing people and destroying forest in her home country.
Tension that manifested itself in physical violence after the 2007 general election has moved to social media for 2013, reports Moses Wasamu.
‘The Wicked Witch is dead’ but although he’s celebrating, Alan Hughes urges us to fight on against everything she stood for.
It is refreshing to hear a piece of good news that will impact on people living in poverty across the globe, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Simon Crowther argues that the use of ‘closed material’ as evidence is unfair to those who may have suffered grave human rights abuses.
Isabelle Merminod and Timothy Baster report on the refugees protesting for safe resettlement from a Tunisian camp.
Jody McIntyre reports from Caracas on how life changed for disabled people after Hugo Chàvez came into power 14 years ago.
Richard Harkinson and Richard Solly from London Mining Network on the project threatening the rights of indigenous people in Mongolia.
As the need grows for Europe to use more of the Earth than it has between its borders, Ian Fitzpatrick argues its consumption must be measured.
We need to stand by people whose lives are blighted by austerity and propaganda, writes Amy Hall.