What rights do citizens have, not just to public and private spaces, but to their digital equivalents? Mark Graham and Joe Shaw ask.
To mark the International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on 6 February, Paula Plaza reflects on a new model for ending the practice in Kenya.
News of squatters in a Russian oligarch’s London house gives Mari Marcel Thekaekara pause for thought.
Are we too scared to use the f-word? asks Vanessa Baird.
Global trade of this luxury commodity ignores the true human and environmental impact, writes Brototi Roy.
It is good that the toxic Trans Pacific Partnership is dead, but it is unions and campaigners we should thank, argues Nick Dearden.
The Tax Justice Network Taxcast takes on public procurement, Brexit threats, criminal dodges and tax evader crackdowns.
Bishop Johannes Seoka takes the mining company to task, nearly five years after the massacre.
A new bill approved by Parliament will assigns aid money to a corporation with a questionable track record, writes Aisha Dodwell.
Looking for hope in dreadful circumstances, Mari Marcel Thekaekara refuses to let last year drag her down.
Neoliberal policies contribute to alienation, disempowerment and non-unionised jobs, but a new model for unions could break the vicious circle, argues Simon Taylor.