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PHOTO ESSAY: a sense of company

David Severn captures the connection between young people and their surroundings through dance.

Filed in: Art Media Youth

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

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

The battle for the news: Zimbabwe and beyond

Virgil Hawkins considers the role of the media in Africa as Zimbabweans prepare to vote on 31 July.

Filed in: Media Politics Zambia Zimbabwe

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

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