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SodaStream, Scarlett and the bridge of peace that isn’t

Noreen Sadik is unimpressed by the whole sorry debacle and reveals some hard-to-hear truths.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine Work

Campsfield's troubled history

Lydia James runs through the last 20 years of Campsfield detention centre…

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Refugees

Another undignified death in detention

The revelation that an 84-year-old migrant due for deportation died while handcuffed is shocking – but it should come as no surprise, says Hazel Healy.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration

‘Every protest is crushed by the great brutality of Morocco’

Matthew Vickery explains why we must remember Western Sahara – a forgotten people fighting for their rights.

Filed in: Activism Human Rights Morocco Western Sahara

Mauritania, slavery hotspot

Katie Harris explains why this desert nation has the world’s highest rates of slavery and outlines moves for change.

Filed in: Human Rights Mauritania Minorities

Why are we locking up migrants?

Detaining foreigners is costly, inhumane and on the rise. Time to turn the tide back, says Hazel Healy.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration

Darcus Howe: ‘All I want to do is mobilize the people to stand up for their rights’

The Black Panther-turned-broadcaster and writer talks to Subi Shah about his past struggles and future dreams.

Filed in: Caribbean England Human Rights Trinidad and Tobago

‘The blood of Ethiopians cries out for justice’

The recent Saudi clampdown on migrant workers has brought campaigners onto the streets. Chris Matthews was with some of them in London.

Filed in: Ethiopia Human Rights Migration Saudi Arabia Work

What about the rights of undocumented migrant children?

The EU must stop prioritizing immigration control over this vulnerable group, says Michele LeVoy.

Filed in: Europe Human Rights Migration Youth

‘My father is my inspiration’

The family of a murdered human rights defender in the DRC talks to Sian Griffiths about the legacy of Pascal Kabungulu.

Filed in: Activism Congo, Democratic Republic of Human Rights Women

The struggle continues, 18 years after the death of Ken Saro-Wiwa

Shell has left Ogoniland but the promised clean-up never came, reports Celestine Akpobari.

Filed in: Activism Corporations Environment Human Rights Nigeria Oil Pollution

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