New Internationalist

Africa

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Rebel woman, sister-fire: in memory of Chiwoniso

Zimbabwean songwriter Chiwoniso Maraire, who died on 24 July, is remembered by her friend Shailja Patel.

Filed in: Music Zimbabwe

Flushed down the toilet: why aid projects don’t always deliver

Sanitation saves lives, but too many projects are unsuccessful at fulfilling their goals, says Rebecca Dracup.

Filed in: Australia Development Kenya

Refugees challenge Tunisia on human rights

Residents from the closed Choucha refugee camp are fighting for resettlement, not ‘local integration’.

Filed in: Human Rights Libya Politics Refugees Tunisia UN

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

Ending the book hunger

Can e-readers revolutionize rural education? asks Didem Tali.

Filed in: Children Education Technology Uganda

‘The Ethiopian people can no longer be passive’

Opposition leader Negasso Gidada talks to Edward McKenna about his hopes for his country’s nascent pro-democracy movement.

Filed in: Activism Ethiopia Human Rights Politics

Every newborn deserves the royal treatment

After the highly anticipated arrival of the heir to the throne, new parent Nick Harvey highlights the dangers of pregnancy and childbirth in Africa.

Filed in: Africa Children Health United Kingdom Women

Labour rights boost for Egypt

The inclusion of a union leader in the new cabinet bodes well, reports Public Services International.

Filed in: Egypt Politics Trade Unions Work

Barclays says no to remittance ‘lifeline’

The decision to close the accounts of money transfer providers is a crisis for many families in Somalia and beyond, writes Farhan Hassan.

Filed in: Africa Migration Somalia

For the love of Egypt

Egyptian-American Yahia Lababidi’s poetic response to the turmoil in his home country.

Filed in: Egypt Poetry

The Sudanese diaspora must up its game

Nahla Mahmoud is done celebrating past revolutions: it’s time to move on.

Filed in: Activism Politics Sudan

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