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Don't force teachers to work until they drop

Take subsidized pensions away from private school staff so well-deserving state-sector teachers can knock off early, says New Internationalist’s Chris Brazier.…

  • Wed Jun 29 12:16:00 2011
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Mumbai slum dwellers' cricket dreams

India's vast Dharavi shanty town is bursting with raw entrepreneurial spirit and is home to many young cricket-hopefuls, writes Kevin E G Perry.…

  • Wed Jun 8 03:34:00 2011
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I was a child soldier for Uganda's President

Thirty years since the recently re-elected Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni abducted him as a child soldier, Kassim Kiggundu tells his story of suffering, exploitation and betrayal.…

  • Fri Jun 3 05:53:00 2011
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Eyes to the far right

Extremists have been making inroads across Europe with a sanitized version of some very dirty politics…

  • Wed Jun 1 06:15:00 2011
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A stitch in time saves...

Maria Golia’s tailor has the currency markets stitched up.…

  • Wed Jun 1 05:35:00 2011
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'Racism is not new in Sweden'

Our June issue looks at the rise of the far-right across Europe and beyond…

  • Mon May 23 08:00:00 2011
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A rooftop view

After the euphoria, reality is beginning to bite, says Maria Golia.…

  • Sun May 1 11:39:00 2011
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Act Four: the Waiting Place*

Anatomy of a Temporary Country: the life in waiting.…

  • Sun May 1 08:01:00 2011
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Challenging the state of fear

The tide of disaffection sweeping the Middle East is finally penetrating Syria’s borders, says Marian Chapman, recently returned from Damascus.…

  • Fri Apr 15 04:18:00 2011
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Bearing witness

Maria Golia savours a moment of extraordinary clarity for Egypt.…

  • Fri Apr 1 12:07:00 2011
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