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I wish people understood ‘aid’ better

This week the British government announced that it was ending official aid to India. This is a mistake, argues Maggie Black.

Filed in: India United Kingdom

Convoy to Calais for open borders

The group London2Calais say that the limits of charity in the refugee crisis demand a political solution.

Filed in: France Human Rights Refugees Society United Kingdom

Bringing oil justice into the British Museum

Sunday, a Colombian survivor of kidnap and torture confronted one of the companies behind it. Jess Worth was there.

Filed in: Colombia United Kingdom

Jeremy Corbyn 2008: ‘the twilight existence of migrant life’

The new Labour Party leader made prescient observations about the crisis of migration that ring true today.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Minorities Refugees Society United Kingdom Work

Worldbeater: Wolfgang Schäuble

This New Internationalist editorial takes a look at Germany’s finance minister.

Filed in: European Union Germany

When tax meets game-changing politics

In this podcast, the Tax Justice Network look at the intersection of tax and game-changing politics.

Filed in: Mexico United Kingdom

British tribunal victory for Indian worker

Mari Marcel Thekaekara welcomes the news – but wonders when India will follow suit.

Filed in: England India Work

So, just who is Jeremy Corbyn?

Britain’s new Labour leader is already rocking the politics boat. Hazel Healy explains his appeal.

Filed in: Politics United Kingdom

The right not to sing the national anthem

The integrity of individuals should not be questioned if they do not sing the national anthem, argues Chris Brazier.

Filed in: Democracy Politics Religion United Kingdom

Three major hurdles that could make or break Jeremy Corbyn

Britain’s new Labour Party leader has three challenges as he takes the reins, writes Paul Donovan.

Filed in: Democracy Politics United Kingdom

Environmentalists 1, Dutch Government 0

Beulah Devaney looks at the legal implications of a landmark case in the Netherlands.

Filed in: Climate Change Law Netherlands Politics

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