Planners turning a deaf ear to local traders ignore the community at their peril says Horatio Morpurgo.
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The current YouTube ban in Bangladesh is symptomatic of a government unwilling to embrace the 21st century, says Shahidul Alam.
Dan Hancox on the skilled young people who, after thirty years of Spanish democracy, are finding their options increasingly limited.
The discontent voiced at last week’s general strike is being echoed across Europe, say Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod.
City gardeners and construction developers may be strange bed-fellows – but it’s a promising union, writes Wayne Roberts.
Legal outcomes could ‘open the floodgates’ for companies to challenge generic drug production, keeping prices high, explains Nick Harvey.
If you thought the global Occupy movement skipped over sub-Saharan Africa, you’d be wrong, as Joe Hani explains.
In direct response to increasing censorship, creative acts of resistance are springing up in Lebanon, says Giedre Steikunaite.
Amy Hall meets Filipino campaigner Lidy Nacpil, who shares her thoughts on floods, solidarity and ramming home the climate-change message.
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.