Matthew Vickery laments the hypocrisy of celebrating a mythical town while Palestinians living there face another Christmas under occupation.
The emotional needs of refugees now living in Lebanon must not be overlooked, says Amy Merone.
No one is illegal, but European countries are shaping perceptions through terminology, writes Michele LeVoy.
Noreen Sadik talks to two Human Angels, spreading compassion by giving free hugs.
The media is overlooking the complex causes of the chaos in the Central African Republic, says An Bollen.
The recent deaths of construction workers reveal a darker side to the ‘Brazilian miracle’, says Jean Grugel.
Sokari Ekine, editor of the Queer African Reader, explains the book’s significance at a time of social transformation.
Amy Hall introduces FAN groups, a new way to meet the neighbours.
Iris Gonzales talks to three journalists who witnessed the devastation caused by one of the Philippines’ worst typhoons.
Police clamp down on students outside Orwell’s ‘Ministry of Truth’. The irony is not lost on Patrick Thompson.
Moses Magadza considers the legacy of South Africa’s ‘greatest son’.