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Various Authors

Articles by Various Authors

Prisons disproportionately incarcerate survivors of state violence and neglect;  24 per cent of adults in prison grew up in the care system and 29 per cent are survivors of childhood abuse. Credit: Tom Blackout/Unsplash
Prisons damage people and have always been used by the powerful to control the most marginalized. But can society really do...
2018 saw a record high in global carbon emissions.
Our understanding of progress perpetuates poverty, inequality and climate change. Martin Kirk and Alnoor Ladha make the case...
Bulu Bari is a regular at the Bangladesh Film Development Corporation complex - but work is scarce.
Sophie Hemery and Alice McCool on the older women fighting for a place in 'Dhallywood'.
Extinction rebellion tacticts
Few argue that the mass movement to combat inertia on the climate crisis has a point. But is it going about it the right way?...
The first evictions of refugee/migrant squats under New Democracy took place on 26 August. 'Spirou Trikoupi 17' and 'Transito'  next to Exarcheia square were sealed off and 143 people where taken away - amongst them were 86 women and children.
Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou and Keira Dignan on the Greek state’s clampdown on migrants and activists.
Fire and Rescue officer protects the Colo Heights Public School from being impacted by the Gospers Mountain fire near Colo Heights south west of Sydney. Dean Lewins/via REUTERS
A coalition of Australian scientists explain the causes and implications of the bushfires sweeping the country.
Since the 1970s, the world’s human population has doubled to 7.7 billion.
Does obsession with population size miss the point? Mohan Rao and Sara Parkin weigh in on the debate.
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales gestures during an interview with Reuters, in Mexico City, Mexico November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
An illuminating blow-by-blow account of events leading to Evo Morales’ ousting from power, compiled by the Bolivia Information...
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves Southwark Crown Court after being sentenced in London, Britain, May 1, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
Assange could face 175 years of jail time if successfully extradited to the US. Felicity Ruby and Naomi Colvin examine the...
Roshan De Stone and David Suber report from Beirut on the domestic worker-led campaign against coercive bosses.
Almost everyone agrees that the EU needs to be reformed. But is it possible? Hilary Wainwright and Grace Blakeley take sides.
British progressives must focus on different ways of co-operating with Europe, regardless of Brexit, argue David Adler and...

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