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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

Pink pistols to see off rapists? Don’t make me laugh

Mari Marcel Thekaekera on why niche marketing of a dinky revolver might not be the answer to sexual violence against women in India.

Filed in: India Women

Am I a public nuisance?

Patrick Thompson calls time on ASBOs, IPNAs and other terse acronyms designed to criminalize ‘annoying’ behaviour in public.

Filed in: United Kingdom Youth

Defending people’s milk in India

A vibrant network of small producers and milk co-operatives is threatened by free trade agreements and liberalized investment policies.

Filed in: Agriculture Corporations India Trade

Sri Lankan farmers resist new seed law

Lasanda Kurukulasuriya on the fight to safeguard biodiversity and the rural economy.

Filed in: Agriculture Corporations Sri Lanka

Millions in developing countries still denied access to palliative care

Can it be right that access to palliative care is largely determined by where you live? 

Filed in: Ageing Health Poverty

Global inequality is about power, not just wealth

Corporate influence over policy-making damages human rights. Nick Buxton considers the impact of Davos.

Filed in: Corporations Economics Equality Poverty Wealth

Campsfield's troubled history

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

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Refugees

For UKIP, 'it's raining men'

Kerry-anne Mendoza celebrates a Facebook campaign to get the song to the top of the charts following the latest party blunder.

Filed in: Gay Rights United Kingdom

Indigenous Kenyans evicted in the name of ‘conservation’

Matthew Newsome exposes a government scheme to rob the Sengwer people of their forest home.

Filed in: Conservation Forests Indigenous Peoples Kenya

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

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