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How Ecuador’s media fuels militarism
examine how the state is co-opting the local press.
A 'seed change' in Greece
Greece’s new marriage equality law is a historic win for LGBTQI+ rights, but the far-right is never far at bay.
Africa's pandora's box
asks whether South Africa’s historic genocide case against Israel could lead to a reckoning at home.
Is hypocrisy at play in Indonesia's elections?
Indonesia has not ratified the Genocide Convention, putting its history and candidates in the spotlight.
'Seeing all our struggles as connected has never been more important'
War on Want’s
on the importance of connecting global struggles ahead of the organization’s festival of solidarity on 24 February.
Kenya’s Indigenous communities demand action on land rights
The Endorois and Ogiek communities are still waiting to return to their rightful ancestral lands.
Uganda cracks down on climate activists
Beaten, imprisoned and charged,
Lauren Crosby Medlicott
speaks to students facing trial for protesting against an oil pipeline.
Social media users are bypassing censorship on Palestine
As tech companies restrict solidarity posts, people have found ways to get around the algorithm.
‘I have seen that women are not valued’
speaks to Ghanaian activist Abiba Nibaradun about her motivation to stop the forced marriage of girls.
Cape Town youth demand city leaders support Palestine
Occupation staged as politicians fail to back South Africa’s case against Israel at the ICJ.
Global Day of Action calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza
Hamza Ali Shah
speaks to Countdown2Ceasefire about the climate of activism and collective action
Spotlight: Shekhar Kapur
speaks to the award-winning filmmaker about what shapes, reshapes and shatters his ideas of the world
‘They want to erase us’
speaks to people putting everything on the line to overturn Uganda’s harsh new anti-gay law.
Spotlight: Cian Dayrit
Filipino artist Cian Dayrit discusses chronicling oppression and resistance with
How renewables corporations are exploiting the Global South
As COP28 winds down,
sounds the alarm about the dark side of climate capitalism.
Taxcast: The People vs Microsoft
Worthy of a thriller movie for its twists, the IRS case against Microsoft offers lessons for governments worldwide.
Taxcast: Busting the myths of the war on drugs, part 2
The role of tax justice is inextricably linked to the war on drugs, as
lays bare in this podcast.
East Timor: Land of Crosses
A great silence has accompanied the Indonesian occupation of East Timor.
reports on the betrayal of a courageous people.
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