Peruvian women call on Anglo-Swiss mining giant Glencore, investors and UK and EU parliamentarians to take action on toxic drinking water. Vanessa Baird reports.
Husna Rizvi on how the virus will impact those already living in confinement.
Ahead of a royal visit, communities violently evicted by colonial era settlers are calling for justice. Anthony Lang’at reports.
Yohann Koshy on the ironies and contradictions of what one day might be called the Chinese century.
Ruben Andersson traces the roots of a Freudian fixation.
Steve Chandra Savale speaks to Subi Shah about music for spiritual change and social justice.
Conservative anti-rights groups, and the failure of rich nations to take responsibility for climate change, threatened to block progress at this year’s women’s rights conference, writes Umyra Ahmad.
A short history of dependency.
An international energy agreement could leave governments across the Global South exposed to expensive lawsuits from corporate investors. Juliet Ferguson of Investigate Europe reports.
Mike Loewe reports from South Africa on the community fighting to stop Shell from exploration along its wildlife-rich shores.
Profiles of groups from Palestine, Mozambique, Uganda and India who are saying no to new oil and gas infrastructure.
As opposition and protest continues against a new high-speed rail network in the UK, Denise Laura Baker meets some of those taking a stand against HS2 along the line.
We need thriving rivers in order for life on Earth to flourish. But often how we treat them shows little understanding of this basic principle. Dinyar Godrej ventures into the maelstrom.
To wipe out mass starvation we must engage with the politics that drive it, argues Alex de Waal.
Aboriginal people are using a new app to record and report police brutality. Will it help break Australia’s culture of impunity? Ian Lloyd Neubauer reports.
The Department for International Development has become a lightning rod for rightwing anger. And with a new Conservative leadership race set to begin, its days may be numbered. But Mark Nowottny sees hope in ‘bold and…
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Does a racially just future need to include reparations for transatlantic slavery or is that a distraction from achieving equality for future generations? KA Dilday and Kehinde Andrews disagree on…
Vanessa Baird examines the free-for-all consensus when it comes to the world’s oceans, and its implications for our future.