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What does locking up migrants say about society?

As a new immigration centre opens in Dorset, Horatio Morpurgo asks why refugees are treated so badly.…

  • Fri Mar 14 06:51:00 2014
  • Rank: 100
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John Pilger: Australia's silent apartheid

The investigative journalist and filmmaker tells Hazel Healy about his new film, and explains why Australia is still on an international ‘shame list’.…

  • Fri Nov 1 04:13:00 2013
  • Rank: 100

Buoyant resistance

David Ransom’s community of boat people were under threat, but their defiance has secured their future, for now.…

  • Fri Aug 3 05:39:00 2012
  • Rank: 100

Albania

Albania…

  • Tue Jun 1 20:02:00 2004
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Interview with Antony Gormley

The British sculptor, whose naked form has been cast and displayed across the world, speaks to Libby Powell about masculinity, movement and the adventure of being human.…

  • Thu Nov 17 05:09:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

Tunisia: day of postponement

The country that kick-started the Arab Spring has postponed its first post-dictator elections, originally scheduled for 24 July, until October…

  • Wed Jul 6 14:09:00 2011
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David Ransom

David Ransom joined New Internationalist in 1989 and has led on a range of issues from green justice to the current financial crisis. He was a close friend of Blair Peach, once worked as a banker in Uruguay and currently lives on a barge on the waterways of England’s West Country. His publications include License to Kill on the death of Blair Peach in 1979 and The No Nonsense Guide to Fair Trade. He also co-edited, with Vanessa Baird, People First Economics.…

  • Thu Jul 1 03:00:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

Louisa Waugh

Louisa Waugh…

  • Thu Jul 1 03:00:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

Moving on from hate

Prominent Australian barrister Julian Burnside explains how the government has moved the asylum system in a fairer direction – and how public attitudes are softening…

  • Tue Jun 1 10:42:00 2010
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The boat people who came… and couldn’t leave

When two small fishing vessels sailed into Gaza Port on 23 August with their renegade crews of international solidarity activists, thousands of Gazans came to greet them…

  • Wed Sep 3 10:49:00 2008
  • Rank: 100

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