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Popcorn in the sands of the Sahara

Dominik Sipinski reports on the annual film festival held in a refugee camp in the desert.

Filed in: Film Refugees Western Sahara

Life after the Lord’s Resistance Army

Survivors of the Ugandan rebel group’s reign of terror are speaking out so that their experiences will not be forgotten.

Filed in: Conflict Human Rights Uganda Violence

British government to make terror suspects stateless

Expelling a suspect from Britain is a poor substitute to trying them fairly of a crime, says Simon Crowther.

Filed in: Migration United Kingdom

Words, words and more damned words

But to save the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls we need action, says Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Crime Nigeria Politics Terrorism

Resisting corporate takeover: 'when our land is free, we’re all free'

Silas Siakor and Jacinta Fay document the Jogbahn Clan’s struggles against agribusiness in Liberia.

Filed in: Land Liberia

Inside the AGM of Europe’s largest arms dealer

Andrew Smith witnessed a lesson in evasion, denial and fabrication.

Filed in: Arms Corporations England Trade

‘A peaceful, constructive riot’: how prison theatre is changing policy in Lebanon

Janey Stephenson meets those at centre stage of an artistic revolution.

Filed in: Crime Law Lebanon Prisons Social Change Women

Repression in British universities is on the rise

Where have the traditions of intellectual freedom gone? ask Benoit Dutilleul and Holly-Rae Smith.

Filed in: Activism Education England

I don’t want to play God – even when it comes to rapists and child killers

A botched execution in the US gets Mari Marcel Thekaekara thinking about the clamour for capital punishment in India today. 

Filed in: India Prisons

Care in Kenya: behind the scenes

The East African country needs to invest in improving the emotional wellbeing of children in care. Samora Asere speaks to Corin Faife.

Filed in: Children Kenya

The death penalty: killing them nicely?

Debating what constitutes as ‘humane executions’ allows politicians to avoid discussing abolition, argues Robert Walsh.

Filed in: Prisons United States

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