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A forgotten consequence of war

Syrian refugees with disabilities are often unable to get the care they need. Tabitha Ross visits a Lebanese organization making a difference.

Filed in: Conflict Disability Lebanon Syria

And finally... Ramin Bahrani

The system is rigged, but it can be changed, the US-Iranian film director tells Malcolm Lewis.

Filed in: Film Society

Myth 4: Economic migrants are a drain on rich world economies

Migration follows a demand for labour - and benefits the receiving country, writes Dinyar Godrej.

Filed in: Economics Finance Migration

The revolutionary

Ruby Diamonde dines with a man on a mission to wake up his people.

Filed in: Central African Republic Society

Afloat and Alive

To deal with climate change Europe must be welcoming, write Andrew Baldwin, Ethemcan Turhan and Marco Armiero.

Filed in: Environment Migration

Myth 1: Austerity will lead to 'jobs and growth'

It’s wrong to sell austerity as a cure for economic woes, says Dinyar Godrej.

Filed in: Economics Work

Country profile: North Korea

Aidan Foster-Carter looks beyond the clichés of the secretive state.

Filed in: Korea, North Politics Society

Myth 8: Organized labour is regressive

David Ransom argues that the opposite is actually true.

Filed in: Economics Trade Unions

The lives we left behind

In Greece, Harriet Paintin talks to Pakistani refugees about their dangerous journeys and their families back home.

Filed in: Greece Migration Pakistan

A social uprising for energy democracy

Leading Filipino trade unionist Josua Mata tells Danny Chivers about their success in linking labour struggles with climate justice.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment France Philippines Trade Unions Work

Will Aung San Suu Kyi represent all Burma?

Religious and ethnic minorities expect the new government to restore their rights. Charlotte England wonders if such hopes are misplaced.

Filed in: Burma Democracy Minorities Politics Religion

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