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British tribunal victory for Indian worker

Mari Marcel Thekaekara welcomes the news – but wonders when India will follow suit.…

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The ‘religious truth’ of inequality

Professor Danny Dorling explains why it is important to think about equality.…

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Will COP21 leave ‘loss and damage’ lost and damaged?

Developed countries are determined to undermine any remnant commitment to justice in this process. Morgan Curtis reports for New Internationalist.…

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And the winner of the Caine Prize is...

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Struggling for autonomy

Next month Shell stands trial for complicity in the death of the Ogoni Nine. A time to reflect on how the struggle started, and where it led.…

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Migritude

A review of Migritude, a book by Shailja Patel, described as ‘poetry as documentary, non-fiction as testimony’.…

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Small is not necessarily beautiful

The use of nanotechnology in food could be storing upbig problems for the future.…

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‘Is African identity a house of ideas that imprisons and silences?’*

Nigerian writer AmosTutola’s quote is certainly true for sexual minorities, still beingoppressed by decades-old colonial laws.…

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The whole story

Haiti is just one example of a country made more vulnerable to natural disasters by exploitation and oppressive economic policies.…

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‘Non-lethal weapons are more lethal!’

The use by Kashmiri police of pellet guns, supposedly to avoid civilian casualties in unarmed protests, has failed to curb injuries.…

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