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‘The borderless Republic’: Sheffield celebrates migration

Britain’s largest festival about refugees and sanctuary is more relevant than ever, writes Lydia Noon.

Filed in: United Kingdom


Only Planet

Marc Robert’s monthly cartoon, from our June magazine.

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Lost in exile: The forgotten Chagos Islanders of West Sussex

A group of Indian Ocean islanders, forcibly removed from their homes 50+ years ago and deported to England, are still fighting for recognition and basic rights. By Alexi Demetriadi.

Filed in: Chagos and United Kingdom

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A marathon without finish: Nigeria's fight against polio

The end of the battle against polio might be in sight, but violence and public mistrust are creating yet more obstacles. Laura Jiménez Varo investigates.

Filed in: Nigeria

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Raising the roof in the fight against homelessness

A round-up of inspired ideas and practices.

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Escape to the street

More and more young people are becoming homeless across the West. Catherine Yeomans reports on how to tackle the issue

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Death and re-birth of a lake: How water came back to the dry Aral Sea

The once-world’s fourth biggest lake was thought gone forever and a source of decades of environmental disaster. But something is changing.

Filed in: Kazakhstan

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India's ‘Smart City’ plan stumbles over slums

India’s $15 billion grand project to transform cities into models of tech and infrastructural innovation is already in trouble. Nimisha Jaiswal investigates

Filed in: India

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Homelessness – the facts

Everything you need to know about homelessness, from this month’s magazine.

Filed in: Poverty

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How do you break the homelessness cycle?

Sian Griffiths reports on a no-nonsense movement which is reshaping traditional solutions to chronic homelessness


Domestic violence: victims are left on their own in Pakistan

The lack of laws is leading to a scary rise in domestic violence in some of Pakistan’s provinces, writes Mahwish Qayyum

Filed in: Web exclusives

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