New Internationalist

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The secret war on Asia’s workers

When everything is a commodity, labour rights count little, says Josiah Mortimer.

Filed in: Human Rights, South Asia and Work

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Fill bellies, not bins

Lydia James uncovers some novel ways to divert food from landfill.

Filed in: England, Environment, Food and Sustainability

What is your top feminist read?

Tell us which book inspires you the most.

Filed in: Feminism

Is there a feminist spring?

Women’s rights has got its mojo back – and not a minute too soon. Hazel Healy takes stock of the challenges ahead.

Filed in: Feminism, Society and Women

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Welcome to Kaurna country

In the Adelaide plains, one Aboriginal language is enjoying an unlikely revival, explains Katrina Power.

Filed in: Australia, Indigenous Peoples and Language

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‘I made the decision to be free or die’

On World Refugee Day, Jo Lateu talks to Farah Abdi about the particular difficulties faced by LGBT asylum-seekers.

Filed in: Gay Rights, Malta, Migration and Refugees

Netty Musanhu: taking on gender-based violence in Zimbabwe

The director of women’s rights organization Musasa talks to Lydia James about laws, community action and political unrest.

Filed in: Women and Zimbabwe

Doorways - stories from the street

Excluded in life as in death, this is the reality of homelessness. Bekki Perriman documents it from the inside.

Filed in: Housing, Poverty and United Kingdom

Why is Britain using a suspect charity to deliver aid to Syria?

How British money could be helping the Assad regime. Tam Hussein reports.

Filed in: NGOs and Syria

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The legacy of Che Guevara

Richard Gott looks at the relevance of Che Guevara’s thought and action to Latin America today.

Filed in: Features

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