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MIXED MEDIA: Mandela and the myth

Richard Swift’s picks from the 2014 Toronto HotDocs festival include: Nelson Mandela: the myth and me, Mission Blue and The Malagasy Way.

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Angelique Kidjo

Why Angelique Kidjo can't abide world music

Louise Gray speaks to the Grammy award-winning singer from Benin who refuses to be ‘put into a little box.’

Filed in: Africa, Women

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Compassion and conscience

Yahia Lababidi reflects on politics, morality and fear through a series of aphorisms.

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Children reading

The top 10 web articles of 2013

Lydia James compiles a list of your favourite New Internationalist blogs and features over the past year…

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Reporting Syria: can we expect honesty from international media?

Recent coverage shows that lessons from Iraq have been forgotten, says Stefan Simanowitz.

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A word with musical archivists Public Service Broadcasting

Jo Lateu speaks to J Willgoose about warmth and positivity.

Filed in: Music and Politics

Bringing the rainforest home

Horatio Morpurgo reviews George Monbiot’s latest book, Feral.

Filed in: Environment

The politics of humanity and the reality of aid

Former humanitarian chief defends the UN’s record during the civil war in Sri Lanka, but critics are unlikely to be convinced says Chris Harmer.

Filed in: Sri Lanka and UN

The highlights of Hot Docs 2012

Richard Swift gives us a round-up of the best offerings at Toronto’s annual film-fest.

Filed in: Canada

Best of the Arts 2011

We watched, we read, we listened: New Internationalist’s favourite films, books and music from last year.

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Film review: We Were Here

A compassionate and inspiring film about the AIDS epidemic in 1980s San Francisco.

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