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Yemeni girls study in a school destroyed by the war in Taiz City, Yemen. Credit: Shutterstock/Akramalrasny

‘Yemeni women must be given a seat at the table’

Historic peace talks are a glimmer of hope in the world’s worst humanitarian conflict. But the exclusion of Yemeni women’s voices in the peace process is deeply worrying, says Fatma Jaffar of Oxfam, in Sanaa.


Latest issue: May-June 2023

The crisis of loneliness

Illustration: Andy Carter

It’s time adults stopped trying to mould kids into obedient neoliberal subjects, argues Matt Broomfield.

Illustration: Sarah John

Stephanie Boyd reports from the Peruvian Amazon, where Indigenous communities are fighting to save their language.

Red handed: A truck loaded with coal is spotted inside the Ffos-y-Fran opencast mine in South Wales on May 24, months after it was ordered to stop operating Credit: UVAG/Coal Action Network

The UK’s largest opencast coal mine has ‘illegally’ extracted 300,000 tonnes of coal after being ordered to close. Daniel Therkelsen of Coal Action Network reports on this shocking state of affairs.

Vandana Shiva

The Indian physicist and veteran food sovereignty activist speaks to Amy Hall about a lifetime of keeping smiling while fighting the lies of the ‘poison cartel’.

A scrap dealer is standing in his workshop that has been bulldozed by the Jammu & Kashmir  revenue department as part of an ongoing anti-encroachment drive in Srinagar. Credit: Adil Abbas

A government policy to ‘reclaim’ state land has had dire consequences for many families in Kashmir, writes Kasturi Chakraborty.

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Graeme Green reports on why this is a critical year to stop destructive deep-sea mining from taking hold of the world’s oceans.

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