New Internationalist


How can Saudi Arabia be elected to a UN women’s rights commission?

It’s no joke that the country could even be considered for a position to uphold women’s rights, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

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UK General Election: Why can’t I vote?

Peter Kenworthy, British Citizen based in Denmark, tried to register to vote for the next UK general elections, and discovered he can’t.

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Drought leaves 2.4 million Kenyans desperately short of food

In most areas, pasture, water and food supplies are totally depleted, writes Nick Guttmann.

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Socialist Youth call for democracy in Swaziland now

Swazi youth call for international pressure on their country’s absolute monarchy to introduce multi-party elections. Peter Kenworthy reports.

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New Internationalist is now the world’s biggest media co-operative

Hazel Healy looks back on the community share offer that has raised £700,000.

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India’s xenophobia shame

Mari Marcel Thekaekara laments the ignorance and hatred behind attacks on foreigners in her country.

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The high price we pay for our finance sectors

Our friends at the Tax Justice Network look at how the US finance sector is a net drag on their economy.

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Rev Billy sings the praises of New Internationalist

From the shadows of Trump Tower comes a message of support: watch Rev Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir endorse our CSO!

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Congratulations! by a New Internationalist writer

Mari Marcel Thekaekara explains what New Internationalist means to her, and why she is celebrating the success of the Community Share Offer.

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New Internationalist smashes through £500K Crowdfunder target

With three days to go, there’s still time to be part of this success story, says co-editor Hazel Healy.


The hate that divides us

In shock after hearing of the London attack and a Bangalore assault, Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on what could defeat hate of the ‘other’ and finally bring us together.

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