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Life in the circle

The CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year competition has opened its gates again. Take a look at last year’s entries here.

Filed in: Environment and Photography

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‘A woman can be whatever she likes’

Lydia James talks to Yemeni women who are taking a stand against their patriarchal society.

Filed in: Women and Yemen

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Norway’s ring of peace

In Norway, Jews and Muslims stand in solidarity against hate speech, writes Ryan Rodrick Beiler.

Filed in: Norway

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Whose renewable future?

Is big business poised to capture the renewables revolution? Danny Chivers draws up the battle lines.

Filed in: Corporations, Energy and Sustainability

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Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.

Filed in: Human Rights, Minorities, Turkey and Violence

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Desertec: the renewable energy grab?

Desert solar plants planned for North Africa are just another exploitative resource grab, argues Hamza Hamouchene.

Filed in: Africa, Algeria, Energy and Politics

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Digital democracy: action and contacts

Further information, campaign groups and websites.

Filed in: Democracy and Politics

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A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace

John Perry Barlow’s visionary 1996 statement.

Filed in: Democracy, Politics and Technology

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‘Thinking loudly’: blogging for Yemen

Human rights advocate Afrah Nasser talks to Lydia James about revolution, censorship and the importance of Vitamin D.

Filed in: Human Rights, Technology and Yemen

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Mind your own business

Privacy International’s Eric King on resisting surveillance.

Filed in: Democracy and Technology

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Privacy vs transparency

Is it possible to have both in a digital age? Yes, argues Sunil Abraham.

Filed in: Democracy and Politics

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