Amy Hall meets Filipino campaigner Lidy Nacpil, who shares her thoughts on floods, solidarity and ramming home the climate-change message.
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The struggle of the indigenous Sahrawi people of Africa’s last colony is long - and largely ignored, writes filmmaker Dominic Brown.
Paul Rogers says the growing influence of home-grown and foreign fundamentalists makes a negotiated settlement even more urgent.
Eve McNamara from Ribble Estuary Against Fracking on creating a positive chain reaction in the struggle for environmental justice.
On the International Day for the Disappeared, Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod meet Turkish families still seeking justice for their missing loved ones.
The award-winning author, poet and activist considers herself above all a daughter of the Earth, as she explains to Frank Barat.
Ashley Jackson explains how the agendas of Western governments have turned relief work into a lethal occupation.
Forget about data protection – spies are demanding our elected leaders and private companies serve up everything we do online. Robin Tudge reports.
In her third and final instalment from the Congo, Erin Byrnes talks to journalists championing untold stories, despite working in a conflict zone.
Michael Burke explains why the UK’s budget deficit is rising, not falling.
In the second of a three-part series from DRC, Erin Byrnes looks at the role of the UN mission in the region: vital guardians or toothless watchdogs?