Issue 505 of New Internationalist
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A word with Tunisian musician Emel Mathlouthi
Tunisian singer Emel talks to Graeme Green about hope, helplessness and the Arab Spring.
Reviewing our favourite films of the month
Quest, and In between (Bar Bahar): our monthly review of our favourite films of the month.
Our favourite music from the world: September
Top picks for album of the month, reviewed by New Internationalist.
Reviewing our favourite books of the month
Democracy in Chains, Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic, and more: our favourite books of the month.
Will Google take over the classroom?
Tamasin Cave reports on the edtech players pushing for radical changes in schools.
The West and Asian education: a fatal attraction
Why the West must stop copying China’s flawed education system, by Yong Zhao.
VIDEO: ‘This is cultural genocide’
Colombia’s Indigenous communities fight for cultural survival. Hazel Healy reports.
Problems with England’s academies won’t stop
Warwick Mansell offers a guide to a dangerous and little-understood school reforms