Articles by Jody McIntyre
Jody Mcintyre takes the notion of disability to task with a personal exploration of difference and defiance.
Jody Mcintyre speaks to comedian Francesca Martinez about growing up 'wobbly' and resisting austerity in Britain.
Why haven’t the US and EU recognized a legitimate result? asks Jody McIntyre.
Jody McIntyre speaks to supporters of both Maduro and Capriles as the country prepares to decide a successor to Chávez.
Jody McIntyre reports from Caracas on how life changed for disabled people after Hugo Chàvez came into power 14 years ago.
Jody McIntyre on his journey up Mount Avila and how the ‘giant brother’ has left him transfixed by its magic.
Jody McIntyre reflects on Hugo Chavez’s win in the Venezuelan presidential elections.
Jody McIntyre says accusations of a ‘cult of personality’ around the Venezuelan president show prejudice towards the country’s...
Young people are playing a vital role in a sweeping wave of dissent, says Jody McIntyre.
Well, he’s definitely not Hugo Chavez. And he’s unlikely to topple the president in October’s elections, as Jody McIntyre reports...
Revolutions, Chilean students, apathy, hip-hop and why you’re never too old to make change happen.
As we enter Black History Month, a new music video champions black culture's real heritage and highlights the bias against it,...