New Internationalist

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Meet the protest profiteers

There’s money to be made in crowd ‘control’, as Anna Feigenbaum discovers.

Filed in: Activism Arms Brazil Corporations Economics Europe United States

A British-Gambian recycling project makes great strides

Josh Barrie on a new initiative to provide amputees with a new limb.

Filed in: England Gambia Health Recycling

Clampdown continues on Nigeria’s LGBT community

But the global voices of dissent are growing louder, reports Chris Matthews.

Filed in: Activism England Gay Rights Nigeria Politics

Are European tax havens getting illegal state subsidies?

Find out more with the latest podcast from the Tax Justice Network.

Filed in: Bahamas Europe Finance

Money’s no object – to creating floods

Emma Fordham laments the government’s ‘environmental stewardship’ that has caused the devastation of Britain’s natural flood defence.

Filed in: Environment United Kingdom

Dredging and drilling are both recipes for disaster

The floods in Britain are telling us that we urgently need to address their cause, not just mop up their effects, argues James Dyke.

Filed in: Climate Change United Kingdom

Take a day off for St George!

England’s patron saint is also one of the country’s most famous immigrants. Aliena Amicus explains the rationale behind a day of (in)action on 23 April.

Filed in: Activism England Migration

The promise to end child detention in the UK – and how it was broken

Tom Sanderson is frustrated with Barnardo’s refusal to terminate its involvement in ‘state-sponsored cruelty’.

Filed in: Migration Politics United Kingdom Youth

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

Peaceful protesters end up in court

Symon Hill asks for support as he and four others face trial for demonstrating against the arms trade.

Filed in: Activism Arms England

EU must stop its arms trade hypocrisy

Andrew Smith explains why human rights must be placed at the heart of European foreign policy.

Filed in: Arms Europe Libya Politics Trade

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