New Internationalist


Patriarchy’s unlikely victims

Is the system equally damaging to both men and women? Amit Singh thinks so.

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Why has our government relaxed the criteria for granting arms exports?

Edward Robinson on how Britain has traded morals for money.

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‘Afghan women keep the business of life going’

As the London Conference on Afghanistan starts, Zulaikha Rafiq explains why women’s rights must be high on the agenda.

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Burma’s ‘transition’ leaves women's rights behind

David Baulk looks at sexual violence and development in Burma’s ethnic communities.

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Carbon bubbles in the boardroom

The fossil fuel divestment movement is taking the world by storm – and has had some major victories.

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No justice for the dead

Five years after a massacre in the Philippines, the country’s ‘culture of impunity’ prevails. Iris Gonzales reports.

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Power in private hands

Why are we pushing other countries to follow Britain’s example when so many are dying from fuel poverty?

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Ebola – undoing HIV progress in Sierra Leone

Tomi Ajayi looks at the outbreak’s devastating impact on the country’s HIV treatment programme.

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Climate caravan message hits home

Change the system, acknowledge responsibility, activists declare. Jarred Sferruzzi witnesses the end of an epic journey.

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Where does wealth come from?

Michael Roscoe examines what gives money its value.

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Even in difficult times, we can still be happy...

The end of growth doesn’t have to mean the end of prosperity, argues Michael Roscoe.

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