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Waking up to women

The notion of integrating women into development has become a cliché, monotonously repeated at every international gathering since the 1975 Women’s Conference in Mexico. But what, if anything, does it mean? And what should it mean? By Maggie Black.…

  • Tue Sep 6 08:49:40 2016
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The waves that woke the world

The aftermath and implications of the Asian tsunami. Includes: the Burmese migrant workers who were forgotten victims; caste discrimination in India even amid the tsunami trauma; an NI reader on helping to identify bodies in Thailand. .…

  • Tue Sep 6 08:02:13 2016
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Argument: Is male circumcision harmful?

Richard Wamai and Ronald Goldman go head to head.…

  • Fri Jul 8 09:51:00 2016
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The heart of Africa

Amid attempts to wrestle with conflict in Burundi and DR Congo,former Tanzanian leader *Julius Nyerere* reflects with *Ikaweba Bunting* on an anti-colonial life.…

  • Fri Jan 1 05:07:00 1999
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Tax cheating, easy living

Josh Eisen and Richard Swift tour the offshore world to find out why governments are drowning in debt. .…

  • Mon Dec 5 11:31:45 2016
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A thousand small bricks to make a home for all

As France evicts migrants from the Calais 'Jungle' camp a new project in Brighton provides housing to vulnerable migrants thanks to small contributions by hundreds of people. Amy Hall reports.…

  • Thu Oct 27 12:10:48 2016
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Country Profile: Uganda

Country Profile: Uganda…

  • Thu Oct 20 10:16:47 2016
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Climate change and colonial history make a toxic combination

Without proper context, the new research can be mis-read to be against ethnic diversity, writes Alex Randall.…

  • Fri Aug 19 02:45:43 2016
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Voyeurism and exploitation

Human rights violations are taking place in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean under the guise of ‘tourism’.…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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Kiswahili crash course

Of the few languages I’ve had the privilege to learn (badly) in my life, Kiswahili(Swahili) is my favourite. It’s wonderful expressionism and rich use ofproverbs is a window into a different way of looking at life andcommunicating with one another. .…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
  • Rank: 100

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