Conrad Landin considers the vital role of New Internationalist – and asks for your support.
In an investigation for New Internationalist, Jack Davies reveals that UN pension funds are unwittingly reaping returns in violation of international law.
Lavinia Steinfort on the insidious 'investor protection mechanisms' stacking the odds in favour of corporations.
Poverty is not down to chance or bad choices. It’s hard wired into a deeply unequal economic system. But it doesn’t have to be that way, says Dinyar Godrej.
Popular wisdom has it that everything is speeding up, including population growth. Danny Dorling shows just how wrong that is – and argues that we are actually in a time of slowdown. A tour of future population…
Mass imprisonment and merciless policing were the preferred tools of control for European colonizers. Patrick Gathara explores the legacy left in Kenya.
Daniel Therkelsen of Coal Action Network looks at how plans for the mine made it this far and how local people are stepping up to fight it.
As New Internationalist celebrates its 50th anniversary, Vanessa Baird looks back over five decades of campaigning journalism and inspiration.
Curfews, routine raids and land-grabs. Zoe Holman on what has become of the fragmented Occupied Palestinian Territories’ struggle for statehood since the 1993 Oslo agreement.
Lives and livelihoods have been laid down for democracy. The economy is on the brink of collapse. The world must support the people’s quest to end military rule once and for all, writes Preeti Jha.
What has become of the ‘Third World’? Featuring Vijay Prashad and Thomas Sankara.
Richard Swift paints a mixed picture of Peru’s unlikely choice for president.
The government’s decision to scrap the Department for International Development will set back efforts to fix global inequalities by decades, writes Martin Drewry of Health Poverty Action.
Danny Chivers offers up five useful things we can all do to secure meaningful action during the COP26 climate talks.
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.
Yohann Koshy speaks to anthropologist Darren Byler to find out what is going on in China’s predominantly Uyghur northwest province.
Aasia Bibi has just been acquitted for blasphemy charges. But Imran Khan’s government has now curtailed her human rights. Jahanzeb Hussain asks, ‘Where is the outrage?’
The Ethical Shop helps us carry on doing what we love. James Rowland explains how.
Meet the non-profit art group trying to end violence against women in Mozambique. By Rebecca Cooke.