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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

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.
Defiantly demanding change in Brooklyn, New York. SAANYA ALI/MAJORITY WORLD
Amy Hall on why defunding police departments could be the most caring thing to do.
Marcia Rigg speaks at the annual UFFC rally in 2015. Photo: Panther Manchanda
Amy Hall speaks to Marcia Rigg of the United Families and Friends Campaign about the impact of deaths in state custody and how...
Make them pay action at COP25, Madrid. Credit: Victor Barro/FoEI
Amy Hall gives a rundown of some of the companies and industries who have ramped up their ruinous activities during Covid-19.
Photo: Fifaliana-Joy/Pixabay
Amy Hall speaks to the campaigners leading the call against childhood incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
Illustration by Andy Carter
Amy Hall makes the case for people-powered housing.
Fresh from organizing deliveries of PPE to frontline workers, social scientist Sarojini Nadimpally speaks to Amy Hall about...
Stijn Strake/Unsplash
Agricultural air pollution seems to be a tough nut to crack. Amy Hall explores the air-pollution problem down on the farm.
Terrence Floyd, George Floyd's brother, speaks at his brother's memorial at Chicago Ave and E 38th St in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Credit: Lorie Shaull/Flickr
Amy Hall on why the Black Lives Matter movement is once again resonating around the world.
An elderly man wearing a protective face mask passes a sign publicizing a rent strike during the global outbreak of the coronavirus in Toronto, Ontario, Canada April 6, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File Photo
The Covid-19 crisis has triggered an international rent strike. Amy Hall reports on the housing activists hoping to build...

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