New Internationalist

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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

Aunty Ji, how do I kiss?

Loreza Bacino investigates a new Hindi-language site giving answers to all the questions Indian youth were afraid to ask.

Filed in: India Society

Roma discrimination rife

Slovakia isolates this persecuted population from the rest of society by building walls and segregating schools, says Lydia James.

Filed in: Minorities Slovakia

‘I am going to get him the liver he needs’

Hanneke Hagenaars, a transplant co-ordinator for deceased organ donors in the Netherlands, speaks about her liaison work with soon-to-be-bereaved families.

Filed in: Health Netherlands Society

Letter from Bangui - a visit to the Ba-aka forest people

Ruby Diamonde finds out what the missionaries are up to in Central African Republic.

Filed in: Central African Republic Religion Society

And finally: Uri Fruchtmann

The filmmaker and director tells Jo Lateu why he supports activists who expose wrongdoing through video.

Filed in: Activism Human Rights Technology

Britain’s draft Modern Slavery Bill does not go far enough

When will the government take action to protect migrant domestic workers? asks Tony Mckenna.  

Filed in: England Migration Work

PHOTO ESSAY: Transitional in Britain

The rise of the ‘hidden homeless’ is being ignored by the country’s government. Cinzia D’Ambrosi has captured lives in limbo.

Filed in: Housing Poverty United Kingdom

Has renting in London become as risky as squatting?

Jacob Wills laments landlords and local councils’ willingness to evict the capital’s tenants. Could it be because a third of MPs are landlords?

Filed in: Housing United Kingdom

Slow down for social change: join the Tolpuddle Pilgrimage

Support community initiatives by walking from Devon to Dorset, says Jonny Gordon-Farleigh.

Filed in: Social Change United Kingdom

Brahim Dahane: ‘It is better to die than to live afraid’

Lydia James talks to the Saharawi human rights defender about uprisings, refugees and the UN mandate.

Filed in: Human Rights Morocco Western Sahara

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