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The right to live and work in a ‘world-class’ city

Some residents and workers are more welcome than others, as Saranel Benjamin explains.

Filed in: Cities Human Rights Kenya Work

Act now to defend public education

David Archer explains why privatization must be challenged.

Filed in: Corporations Education

Moral Maze: Population control

BBC Radio 4 invited New Internationalist editor Hazel Healy to explore moral dilemmas surrounding the global population boom.

Filed in: Migration

Lessons from the past could help tackle today’s narcotics trade

Eric Gutierrez argues that the British East India Company was itself a drug cartel.

Filed in: China Colombia Drugs Trade

The pipe dream that came true

Cherri Foytlin on the significance of Obama’s decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline.

Filed in: Disasters Environment Indigenous Peoples Oil Pollution

Hollywood places tribal lives under threat

A new film may have dangerous consequences for small hunters, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples

‘I will never move until I die or we get our freedom’

Noreen Sadik tells the story of recently deceased Palestinian Hashem Azzeh, who struggled for freedom, family and home.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine

Lampedusa – battered by the winds, gasping for air

Antoine Cassar describes the solidarity and suffocation experienced on the Mediterranean island.

Filed in: Italy Migration

Refugee crisis worsens in Lesbos as winter looms

New Internationalist co-editor Hazel Healy reports back on the refugee crisis on the Greek island of Lesbos.

Filed in: Greece Migration Syria

Patricio Guzmán's search for the truth

Roxana Olivera meets the documentary filmmaker renowned for delving into Chile’s dark past.

Filed in: Chile Human Rights Media

Still biting

Big Oil’s history of denial, delay and distortion is laid bare by Greg Muttitt.

Filed in: Climate Change Corporations Energy Oil

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