Corruption runs deep in Congo
Visionary voices: the people, the ideas, the action.
For our 400th edition, the NI unfurls a tapestry of ideas and activism from the Majority World. Engaged with the here and now in order to build for a better future, burnishing hope amid downturns and defeats, these are voices we feel you will want to hear.
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View from Gujranwala – Abbas Zaidi tells the chilling story of an Islamic Jack the Ripper.
A film taken from a book by a white guy who knew an African leader – sounds familiar?
How the East India Company Shaped the Modern Multinational
Monica Waitzfelder’s true story of her family’s suffering during and after World War Two
Veerapen Prendrapen – half Jewish, half Tamil – is the fastest runner in his school
An Indian serial kidnapper interviewed.
Lindsey Collen drops in to a street summit while waiting for a tasty snack.
In March this year the West African country of Mauritania held its first open and fair election in decades
Several hundred returnees claim Srebrenica should be excluded from the jurisdiction of Republika Srpska.
Billionaire insurance mogul Maurice ‘Hank’ Greenberg was charged with fraud and insurance and securities violations
Samah Jabr counts the cost to Palestinians’ mental health.
Carlos M Vilas gauges the gains of people’s politics in Latin America.
Radio revolution in Zambia, Malawi and Namibia.
History of a city shaped by immigrant memory and musical culture
West African Bassekou Kouyate and Mali’s first traditional lute quartet
Technology can be a great enabler, helping people to earn a living. But it is also a mirror of social inequality. Some of us have a glut of high-tech devices, others don’t even have electricity. Under the rubric of ‘technology transfer’ useless or harmful technology is often dumped on the Global South. How to make technology work for the poor? Here’s an idea: start from the ground up rather than top down. It’s called technology justice.
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