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Gambian Paralympians: where are they now?

Begging in the morning and training in the afternoon – Sulayman Colley says The Gambia’s government needs to do more for disability sport.

Filed in: Disability Gambia Sport

Pharma vs India: a case of life or death for the world’s poor

Legal outcomes could ‘open the floodgates’ for companies to challenge generic drug production, keeping prices high, explains Nick Harvey.

Filed in: Health India Law Medicine

Moroccan harbour blocks ‘abortion ship’

An organization offering on-board terminations was hoping to sail into Smir today, despite opposition from the authorities.

Filed in: Activism Medicine Morocco Netherlands Women

Illegal Drugs - The Facts

The demand for illegal drugs is solid and the trade in them resilient - despite expensive and punitive attempts to stop it.

Filed in: Drugs Health

Giving #Atoss about disability

Activists are taking aim at politicians after a week of action against the Paralympic sponsor, reports Amy Hall.

Filed in: Disability Human Rights Sport United Kingdom

Legalize drugs - all of them!

NI editor Vanessa Baird looks at the many reasons why this is the only option that makes sense.

Filed in: Drugs Health Law

What would legalization of drugs look like?

Heroin in every lunchbox? Not quite. Medic Max Rendall answers your questions…

Filed in: Drugs Health

Paralympic sponsor deemed ‘not fit to work’

Anti-cuts and disabled rights groups promise ‘audacious, daring and disruptive’ week of action against Atos.

Filed in: Activism Disability Sport

Let’s celebrate Mo Farah

John Perry explains why Britain’s 10,000 metre Olympic gold winner is an excuse to enjoy London’s diversity.

Filed in: Migration Sport United Kingdom

Olympic scale foul: sexism in football

After the British women’s team beat Cameroon, Xanna Ward-Dixon was horrified by the sexist reaction.

Filed in: Equality Sport United Kingdom

India’s whitening obsession goes vaginal

Mari Marcel Thekaekara is horrified by the latest addition to the global skin-lightening fetish as women are encouraged to bleach down below.

Filed in: Feminism India Pharmaceuticals

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