Such ‘aid’ will only ever lift a few out of poverty, argues Dan Falvey.
A dispatch from aid worker Rosie Crowther at Christian Aid who warns of a growing emergency largely ignored by the British media.
Lana Groves argues that the best way to reduce fertility rates is to improve women and girls’ schooling.
Repression, self-censorship and the state funding of media have silenced Serbian journalists critical of the government, writes Alexia Kalaitzi.
Phoebe Shiu argues for public immunization programmes to become a top health priority.
Thomas Mc Donagh on the trade treaties that will land a knock-out punch on any dreams of sustainable development.
NGOs are seen as cash-obsessed with advertising campaigns portraying beneficiaries as hapless victims, says Natalie Nezhati.
Those who trade with Colombia should look at the plight of its political prisoners, writes Hannah Matthews.
Samah Jabr considers the inconsistency of the preaching by Israel and its supporters regarding the value of human life.
Hawar Jamal Ameen explains why dividing up the country is the only way to end the deadly stalemate.
Andrew Smith speaks to Nicholas Gilby, author, campaigner and winner of a landmark case against the British government.