Post-traumatic stress disorder is an occupational hazard for activists on the frontline, says Amy Hall.
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US soldiers who posed next to hooded inmates in the Baghdad prison 10 years ago revealed the ‘banality of evil’, explains Sean Willcock.
Janey Stephenson meets those at centre stage of an artistic revolution.
Debating what constitutes as ‘humane executions’ allows politicians to avoid discussing abolition, argues Robert Walsh.
The rise of the ‘hidden homeless’ is being ignored by the country’s government. Cinzia D’Ambrosi has captured lives in limbo.
What will it take to stop the trafficking of vulnerable people for their organs? asks Nancy Scheper-Hughes.
Hanneke Hagenaars, a transplant co-ordinator for deceased organ donors in the Netherlands, speaks about her liaison work with soon-to-be-bereaved families.
The cleric who exposed sex abuse in Uganda’s Catholic Church talks to Patience Akumu.
Three Ukrainians living in Britain respond to recent events in their homeland.
Sandhya Srinivasan writes from India on the curious tale of Dinesh Thakur and the generics maker Ranbaxy.
Mark and Paul Engler consider the old divide between ‘movements’ and ‘organizations’.