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A word with US comedian Lee Camp

The stand-up comic, writer, activist and actor tells Jo Lateu who makes him laugh… and who definitely does not.

Filed in: Culture Media

Greece’s public broadcaster: another death foretold

The sudden closure of ERT after over 60 years is another indicator that the country is at risk of nihilism, writes Petros Diveris.

Filed in: Greece Media Politics

New Internationalist wins Utne 2013 Media Award

We are proud to announce a win for Best International Coverage in the 2013 Utne Media Awards for our ‘meticulous devotion to facts.’

Filed in: Media

Boston? Yes. Arusha? No thank you

Virgil Hawkins compares media coverage of two bombings and argues that some victims are considered more ‘newsworthy’ than others.

Filed in: Africa Media North America Tanzania Terrorism United States Violence

The Philippines: little reason to celebrate press freedom

While rankings have improved, Iris Gonzales describes a culture of impunity which fails to get justice for murdered media workers.

Filed in: Human Rights Media Philippines Politics Violence

We've been nominated for an Utne Media Award

The independent journalism connoisseurs have recognized us for our international coverage.

Filed in: Media

Thatcher was bad, but her toxic ‘children’ are worse

Despite pre-ordering celebratory music years in advance, Louise Gray has found herself wondering what there is to revel in after the Iron Lady’s death.

Filed in: Media Politics United Kingdom

Interactive timeline: 40 years of New Internationalist

Four decades of independent journalism and the social and environmental movements which inspired it.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Economics Equality Media Poverty Women

Kenya’s political cyber war

Tension that manifested itself in physical violence after the 2007 general election has moved to social media for 2013, reports Moses Wasamu.

Filed in: Internet Kenya Media Politics

PODCAST: Chris Brazier on 40 years of New Internationalist

The magazine’s longest serving co-editor discusses world progress and whether the concepts of development and economic growth are out of date.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Media Poverty

KENYA VOTES: The weakness in the media’s election coverage

In a country where political discourse is defined by ethnic group, Maina Waruru fears vernacular radio stations could be used to incite hate.

Filed in: Democracy Kenya Media Politics

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