Anna Scott speaks to Ghanaian activist Abiba Nibaradun about her motivation to stop the forced marriage of girls.
Occupation staged as politicians fail to back South Africa’s case against Israel at the ICJ. Conrad Landin reports.
From school strikes to assembly boycotts, Lydia Noon reports on how children are calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Rebecca Jarman and Diana Salazar report on the stark similarities between two mining-related tragedies.
As New Internationalist celebrates its 50th anniversary, Vanessa Baird looks back over five decades of campaigning journalism and inspiration.
As mass protests erupt worldwide over Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza, Andrew Feinstein asks if Benjamin Netanyahu has pushed his allies too far.
How far are states willing to go to spy on dissent? Bethany Rielly reports from Catalonia to find out.
Antony Loewenstein examines spyware’s role in Israel’s occupation of Palestine, and why governments are failing to reign in its insidious spread.
To address climate change, Clemmie James argues that we must reckon with the environmental impact of the global drug trade.
Priya Lukka explains what reparations could mean, drawing from the rich and varied global movement for repair.
In this podcast episode, Naomi Fowler of the Tax Justice Network exposes the US’s war on drugs and its links to tax evasion.
Karin Goodwin reports from Vancouver on how reconnecting with their Indigenous culture is helping women heal.
The outspoken artist and architect speaks to Subi Shah about art, architecture and activism.
As he releases the documentary ‘Is It Time To Break The Law?’, activist and presenter Chris Packham talks to Graeme Green about activism and the ‘radical flank’ effect.
Stephanie Boyd reports from an Amazonian village where traditional ways of life are changing with modern times.
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Malaria vaccines are welcome, but they won’t be enough to stop its disease, argues Rosebell Kagumire.
Brazil wants to be a beacon in the fight against global warming, Leonardo Sakamoto writes. Its powerful agribusiness lobby has a different view.
UK arts had largely ditched fossil fuel sponsorships after years of activism. Danny Chivers reports on how industry ties have been reshaped.
Join us in Glasgow on Friday 15 September to explore what it could mean to reckon with the impacts of colonialism and why this is essential to building a more just future.
Naomi Fowler of the Tax Justice Network investigates how wealthy elites and transnational companies benefit from the climate crisis
A new Kenyan media initiative is using live performance to break free of colonial industry norms, Patrick Gathara reports.
Museums and colonialism are inextricably linked. Julio Etchart explores how projects in colonizing countries are wrestling with how to address that past.