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Repression in British universities is on the rise

Where have the traditions of intellectual freedom gone? ask Benoit Dutilleul and Holly-Rae Smith.

Filed in: Activism Education England

I don’t want to play God – even when it comes to rapists and child killers

A botched execution in the US gets Mari Marcel Thekaekara thinking about the clamour for capital punishment in India today. 

Filed in: India Prisons

Care in Kenya: behind the scenes

The East African country needs to invest in improving the emotional wellbeing of children in care. Samora Asere speaks to Corin Faife.

Filed in: Children Kenya

The death penalty: killing them nicely?

Debating what constitutes as ‘humane executions’ allows politicians to avoid discussing abolition, argues Robert Walsh.

Filed in: Prisons United States

Keeping UKIP out of the European parliament

Eastern European migrants in Britain are fielding candidates to keep out the xenophobes, reports Ylenia Gostoli.

Filed in: England Europe Politics

Aunty Ji, how do I kiss?

Loreza Bacino investigates a new Hindi-language site giving answers to all the questions Indian youth were afraid to ask.

Filed in: India Society

Roma discrimination rife

Slovakia isolates this persecuted population from the rest of society by building walls and segregating schools, says Lydia James.

Filed in: Minorities Slovakia

‘I am going to get him the liver he needs’

Hanneke Hagenaars, a transplant co-ordinator for deceased organ donors in the Netherlands, speaks about her liaison work with soon-to-be-bereaved families.

Filed in: Health Netherlands Society

The problem with Cadillac's electric wheels

Mark Engler explores the ultimate paradox of green consumerism

Filed in: Environment United States

Letter from Bangui - a visit to the Ba-aka forest people

Ruby Diamonde finds out what the missionaries are up to in Central African Republic.

Filed in: Central African Republic Religion Society

Why David Cameron is wrong to call Britain a 'Christian country'

A government that favours the rich and shuns the poor could not be further away from the Bible’s vision of an equal and radical society, says Symon Hill

Filed in: Christianity United Kingdom

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