New Internationalist

Equality

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Is 'ethical wealth' a contradiction?

Lush Cosmetics owner Mark Constantine and activist- artist Paul Fitzgerald go head to head in this month’s debate.

Filed in: Equality Wealth

Bomb drops on Indian countryside

India may be one of the world’s current economic ‘winners’ but inequality is its fastest-growing sector, reveals Jaideep Hardikar.

Filed in: Equality India

The hole in America's middle

Mark Engler’s regular column from the magazine

Filed in: Equality United States

Inequality costs the earth

Greater equality, both between and within nations, would be better for us all - as well as for the planet. Bob Hughes considers the facts.

Filed in: Equality

Mean machine

Danny Dorling explains how class divisions reinforce social inequality and lower the level of public debate.

Filed in: Equality

Into the vortex of identity

With Dinyar Godrej, whose personal journey as an immigrant reveals some of the faultlines of multiculturalism, making the case for looking beneath the smokescreen of ‘culture clash’.

Filed in: Culture Equality Migration Minorities Social Change Society

Come out of the shadows on disability

Beatriz Satizabal has taken the knocks of Colombia’s macho society to emerge as her own woman. Her focus now is independence and changing prejudice.

Filed in: Colombia Disability Equality

A Black woman took my job

Michael Kimmel shows how the behaviour of men is the single greatest obstacle to equality – and explains why sharing housework means more sex.

Filed in: Equality Feminism Gambia Men Women

Tales of the unexpected

For all their faults, co-ops are more widespread and active than you might imagine. If economic democracy has anything to do with it, argues David Ransom, there will even more of them in future.

Filed in: Co-operatives Democracy Equality

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Equality's Progress

It’s been a tough time for equality. But is it really ‘an endangered species’, as some have suggested? Vanessa Baird takes stock.

Filed in: Equality Human Rights

Gem in a world of rocks

What the co-op movement can do for equality, by Costa Rica’s former President and Nobel Prize winner Oscar Arias Sánchez.

Filed in: Co-operatives Equality Fair Trade Trade Work

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