New Internationalist

Europe

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Fracking futures: a taste of what’s to come

Politics and art will collide at a new exhibition, as artist Helen Evans explains.

Filed in: Art England Environment

G8 hunger summit provokes protest and praise

Amy Hall joins the London climax of the IF campaign and finds herself musing the age old question – can you change the system from within?

Filed in: Activism Africa Agriculture Development Development (Aid) Food NGOs Politics Poverty Trade United Kingdom

When will the world’s financial powers learn?

Conditions imposed by the IMF and World Bank increase inequality and show little regard for marginalized people, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Australia Finance Greece India Indigenous Peoples Poverty

The compassionate case against foreign intervention

‘We are not the good guys’ – Kerry-anne Mendoza argues that the US and Britain should avoid military action in war ravaged countries like Syria.

Filed in: Conflict Iraq Military Politics Syria United Kingdom United States War and Peace

‘Frack free’: a Sussex village gets organized

Lorna Stephenson reports on resistance to imminent gas drilling in Balcombe, the next target in Britain’s shale rush.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Environment United Kingdom

Rooting out hate

Mari Marcel Thekaekara thinks we could all learn from the people at a British mosque who met the English Defence League with a cup of tea.

Filed in: India Politics United Kingdom

Is Europe becoming more homophobic?

Asks Vanessa Baird as a shocking new survey is published to mark the International Day Against Homophobia.

Filed in: Europe Gay Rights Society

Handing over public services to the banks

The Private Finance Initiative threatens Britain’s schools and hospitals, writes Kerry-anne Mendoza.

Filed in: Activism Debt Economics Education Politics Society United Kingdom

Does multiculturalism have a future in Britain?

Inspired by the rightward lurch of British politics, The Prisma newspaper set up a debate to try to answer this question. Amy Hall reports.

Filed in: Activism Equality Human Rights Minorities Society United Kingdom

Keep British universities fossil fuel free

Oxford University’s partnership with Shell has provoked protest – and there’s more to come, explains People & Planet’s Louise Hazan.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Education Environment Oil United Kingdom

Foodbanks cannot solve poverty

And they mark a dangerous regression from food-as-right to food-as-charity, argues Tom Belger.

Filed in: England Food Poverty

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