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The country’s recent clampdown suggests deep concern over future levels of unemployment, writes Jessica Toale.
Operas typically feature sex workers but are never written and performed by them, explain Siân Docksey, Siobhan Knox and Alex Etchart.
The EU deportations do not solve the problem that refugees fleeing from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere confront, says Hazel Healy.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on how Bangalore mutated from charming town to the city that never sleeps.
We cannot achieve the Sustainable Development Goals unless we end the ‘war on drugs’, writes Natasha Horsfield.
The farmers are putting their lives on the line in the struggle to grow our food, writes Ben O’Hanlon.
The attempts to push the current President Dilma Rousseff out of power echo the country’s dark past, writes Bruno De Oliveira.
It’s been two years since Boko Haram abducted more than 200 schoolgirls. They and many others are still missing, writes Salil Shetty.
Aisha Dodwell explains how the UK’s growing aid budget has become a lucrative business.
Fashion expert Caryn Franklin asks author Safia Minney about slow fashion and where the industry is heading.