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Amy Hall

Amy is a co-editor at New Internationalist.

Amy Hall is known as @amyrhall on Twitter

Articles by Amy Hall

Dave Bangs speaks to a crowd of  ‘mass trespassers’. 
Hundreds of people take part in a ‘mass trespass’ to save an ancient woodland under threat from the development of a Center...
Protesters march with a banner that reads: 'Disarm, defund, abolish' in red capital letters
A world without incarceration and police may seem a long way off, but there are plenty of things we can change on the way. Amy...
LGBT Solidarity Rally in front of the Stonewall Inn in solidarity with every immigrant, asylum seeker, refugee and every person impacted by Donald Trump's executive orders in 2017.
The UK’s asylum process consistently fails LGBTQI+ asylum seekers, and it’s only set to get worse as the government pushes...
Making friends at the Bomana  Prison, in Port Moresby City, Papua New Guinea  in December 2017.
Amy Hall explores the movement calling time on prisons and the police while offering an alternative vision of the future.
Launched in May 2020, the worker-members of ChiFresh Kitchen have been busy throughout the Covid-19 pandemic cooking up healthy, culturally appropriate food for their Chicago community. As well as providing emergency food aid, the co-op – which employs formerly incarcerated people – is also contracted to provide food for schools and social centres and makes several hundred meals a day. Credit: KAI BROWN
In co-operatives, employees can take control of the business. Amy Hall explores the possibilities and challenges.
Amy Hall speaks to Global Assembly organizer Susan Nakyung Lee about the limits and potential of democracy and how a snapshot...
Urban growers Dee Woods and Stefanie Swanepoel compare notes across continents with Amy Hall.
A local art group, art360, painted this mural dedicated to the fight against the virus in the settlement of Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya. GORDWIN ODHIAMBO/AFP/GETTY
Immunization expert Christopher Morgan is optimistic that the great push for Covid-19 vaccines will produce other global health...
A climate action group are pictured in Newquay, Cornwall, starting a four-day pilgrimage on foot to Carbis Bay to protest climate inaction at the G7 conference. Credit: Robert Taylor/Alamy Live News
As the international summit begins in Cornwall, Amy Hall speaks to people showing up to challenge its powerful leaders.
We meet three women bound together across borders by their caring responsibilities and struggles to meet them.
Amy Hall on the underappreciated link between the twin crises of our times.
Albertina is 15 and the oldest of three sisters. When her mother died she took over responsibility for raising her younger siblings. Now she wants to become a nurse. CHRIS DE BODE/PANOS
It’s essential work yet it is undervalued across the world. Amy Hall makes the case for putting care front and centre.

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