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The seeds of peace

Imprisoned Colombian indigenous leader Feliciano Valencia talks to New Internationalist.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples

Stop Aviation, Stop Co2lonialism

Aviation is a continued pattern of privilege for the very few at the expense of the many, argues Plane Stupid.

Filed in: Climate Change Refugees United Kingdom

China’s influence in Nepal endangers Tibetan refugees

The country’s impact on Nepalese politics makes life for Tibetans there extremely difficult, reports Emily Korstanje.

Filed in: China Nepal Refugees Tibet

Reflections at the start of the year

One always hopes for the best, Mari Marcel Thekaekara writes looking toward 2016.

Filed in: India Violence Women

Colombia’s peace requires disarming manhood, not just men

Realizing peace means tackling the structural dimensions of different sources of violence, argues Leonardo Goi.

Filed in: Colombia Women

Global refugee crisis: the facts

Where people come from, where they flee to – and why they keep moving. New Internationalist gives a worldwide context for refugee flows with this zoomable infograph from our Jan/Feb magazine.

Filed in: Refugees

The fear of ‘not enough to go round’

Global inequality lies at the root of our anxiety over migrants, says Bridget Anderson.

Filed in: European Union Migration Refugees

Humanity adrift

In a special report for this month’s Big Story, NI editor Hazel Healy travels to Lesvos to look for answers to Europe’s refugee crisis.

Filed in: European Union Greece Refugees Syria

9 inspiring stories of solidarity with refugees and migrants

While governments seal borders and erect walls, ordinary people are offering support and shelter. Hazel Healy offers a global sample.

Filed in: Migration

Freedom and football

In a letter to a friend, Antoine Cassar relives a visit to a detention centre in Luxembourg.

Filed in: Human Rights Luxemburg Migration

Keystrokes in the West may mean a death sentence in Saudi Arabia

Chris Spannos on the dangers of going online in the land of Al Saud.

Filed in: Human Rights Saudi Arabia Technology

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