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‘This factory was killing our brothers and sisters in Palestine, we had to do something’

Bethany Rielly speaks to the campaigners who risked jail time to drive weapons manufacturer, Elbit Systems, out of their town.

Latest issue: January-February 2022

Romani lives matter

Solidarity from the street: a march takes place in Ramallah, West Bank in support of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike against their administrative detention by Israel. AHMAD AL-BAZZ/ACTIVESTILLS

Palestinians continue to be brutalized in Israeli jails, despite international criticism. Kasturi Chakraborty speaks to prisoners’ families about their struggles.

Moushumi Basu reports from Assam, India, on the people turning to traditional ‘home grown’ strategies to keep their communities fed and deal with the uncertainty of climate change.

Disciplinary action for 'anti-national' speech is becoming increasingly used against oppressed caste backgrounds or minority religious communities, often employees at less-privileged, rural universities. WikiCommons/Biswarup Ganguly

Highly networked rightwing students, acting with political patronage, are stifling academic freedom, writes Sruti Bala.

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Mamady Doumbouya, the latest snout at Guinea’s trough.

Farmers in India have led the way restoring soils and boosting yields. JAKE LYELL/ALAMY

Danny Chivers digs into a major Indian farming project that pulls carbon from the air – and increases yields for farmers.

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