This book challenges common assumptions and the commodification of education. Within a global context it presents a progressive, egalitarian alternative.
An education resource by an international groups of authors to provide an accessible overview of development and human rights issues.
An international perspective on the resurgence in feminist movements: the advances and the setbacks, the challenges and the contradictions.
Capitalism likes us to believe in the steady, inevitable march of progress, from the abacus to the iPad. But the historical record tells of innumerable roads not taken, all of which could have led to better worlds, and still can.
Unravels the global migration paradoxes, explaining the economic and social issues behind the flow of humans.
How do you find a job that makes you happy – one that fits with your morals, makes you feel good about going to work, and isn't just about making money?
How are food and agribusiness corporations causing climate change and what can be done to turn the system around?
Short Story Day Africa presents its annual anthology. The stories explore true and alternative African culture through a competition on the theme of Migrations.
How we can use evidence from opinion polls and strategies from political campaigns to turn apathy into action.
'I had breakfast with Hugo Chavez, lunch with Bashar al Assad, cocktails with Putin and dinner with Gaddafi. Fidel Castro wooed me with flowers, perfume and cigars. Ahmadinejad told me he loved me. Chavez proclaimed me "The Girlfriend of Venezuela". But I am not a spy, and I am not a traitor.'