A migrant is up to five times more likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia in the UK than a white British person. On World Mental Health Day, Nick Harvey argues that racial discrimination is to blame.
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Now in its third week, the protest movement not only continues to grow – it is maturing and becoming stronger in impressive ways, writes Mark Engler.
The Keystone XL oil pipeline will damage the environment of the Dene First Nations people in Canada if it goes ahead, says their Chief, Bill Erasmus, speaking with Sian Griffiths.
Frustrations spilled over as riots broke out at the overcrowded migrant holding center in Lampedusa this week. Stefano Berra reports on the trials of life for Tunisian migrants in Italy.
Charles Anderson and Glen Johnson visit a region that, despite a lack of international recognition, is holding its own.
Nick Harvey reports on the movement against the destructive hydraulic fracturing or ‘fracking’ sites springing up across the UK.
Jeremy Corbyn MP and Stefan Simanowitz look at the prospects for a resolution of one of the world’s longest running conflicts.
Young people speak out about the underlying tensions that preceded last month’s unrest, reports Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi.
A day of remembering – but also of not forgetting others who suffered, and continue to suffer, from the fall-out of the ‘war on terror’. Felicity Arbuthnot considers the evidence.
Fed up with near-zero democracy and rampant corruption, thousands have taken to the streets of Swaziland this week to call for change, reports Nick Harvey.
With its lax environmental laws, Burma has become a battleground for neighbouring countries keen to get their hands on the country’s abundant natural resources. Francis Wade reports.