Considered one of Israel’s few ‘mixed’ cities, Jaffa’s Arab population is facing eviction, police brutality and an unsettled future. Noreen Sadik reports.
Vanessa Baird on why, when it comes to human numbers, nothing sells like fear.
A report from the Philippines revealing the latest child abuse figures makes devastating reading, discovers Iris Gonzales.
With the wealth gap widening, Mari Marcel Thekaekara on a plan to link ethical investors with producers and consumers all over the world.
A new blogging campaign wants to promote girls’ potential. Iris Gonzales, who has seen first hand how poverty and lack of access to education can stymie their chances, is all for this new initiative.
Two new reports underline what activists have been saying for years: oil companies are complicit in human rights abuses and environmental devastation in the Niger Delta.
Iris Gonzales meets women at a Filipino prison and can’t help thinking they should not be locked up.
In the wake of a new campaign to promote Nigeria, Sokari Ekine argues this is no time for backslapping.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara, on how Narender Modi could be a prime ministerial contender for the 2014 elections in India.
Iris Gonzales has a very personal reason for marking World Suicide Prevention Day on 9 September.
India’s patenting laws mean it produces many drugs cheaply for developing countries. But corporate greed is putting this in jeopardy, argues Mari Marcel Thekaekara.