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Benjamin Zephaniah: ‘It is my duty to help and inspire’

Mischa Wilmers talks to the poet turned professor about mentoring, Mandela and making a difference.

Filed in: Education Poetry Politics Race

Campaigners cheer a bad week for Shell

Sponsorship rejected, a lawsuit to stop Arctic drilling – Kevin Smith considers the impact on Big Oil.

Filed in: Art England Oil

LGBTIQ Africa: we are here and we are many!

Sokari Ekine, editor of the Queer African Reader, explains the book’s significance at a time of social transformation.

Filed in: Africa Culture Gay Rights

Confronting the seven myths of Israel’s history

Israeli filmmaker Lia Tarachansky tells Frank Barat about the challenges and rewards of making On The Side of the Road.

Filed in: Film Israel Palestine

Why I became a persona non grata in Tunisia

Tam Hussein is no longer welcome in a country which promotes freedom for all. He explains why.

Filed in: Media Politics Poverty Tunisia

Ken Loach: why I support a cultural boycott of Israel

The acclaimed film director talks to Frank Barat about Palestine, politics, and why he wants to keep causing trouble.

Filed in: Activism Culture Film Israel Palestine

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’.

Filed in: Australia Film Indigenous Peoples

Haiti on camera: photojournalism or poverty porn?

Upset by images which invade people’s lives, Sokari Ekine considers the alternatives.

Filed in: Haiti Media Poverty

'We aren't victims in Mali'

Singer-songwriter Rokia Traoré talks to Graeme Green about being an ‘Afro-progressive’ and how politics informs her music.

Filed in: Mali Music

Two concerts, one Kashmir, no peace

Uzma Falak on a day of music, protest and death in the besieged Valley.

Filed in: Activism Kashmir Music

Living on One – the reality of a dollar-a-day existence

Struggling to understand the meaning of poverty, four students took on a challenge, with unforeseen consequences, writes Anna Bevan.

Filed in: Film Guatemala Poverty

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