Wangui Kimari makes the case that the youth discourse in Africa has patronizing, colonialist tones.
In the wake of the tragic loss, Mohammed Elnaiem looks back at years of resistance.
Alessio Perrone meets the activists fighting to shine light on human rights abuses during Egypt’s dark days.
Jamal Osman reports on the rise of the new humanitarians in Somalia.
France’s involvement in Chad makes a mockery of independence, argues Nanjala Nyabola.
Activists meet this weekend to discuss a new internationalism for this century. Viyan Serhildan reports.
Sex, dating and the struggle for modernity, by Zuhra Bahman.
Lorraine Mallinder gets inside the proto-petrostate of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Can the country produce its own iconic Prime Minister? It desperately needs one, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Civil war, ISIS invasions, mountains of rubbish. Reem Haddad reports from Beirut.
Profiles of groups from Palestine, Mozambique, Uganda and India who are saying no to new oil and gas infrastructure.
Paul Kelemen and Dick Pitt look at the British government’s role in Israel’s formation.
Nanjala Nyabola explains the weighty, 'anti-citizen' African bureaucracies that have their origins in the colonial period.
Tomorrow’s strike embodies an alternative to neoliberal ‘female empowerment’, writes Lola Olufemi.
Academic İştar Gözaydın’s first-hand experiences of the clampdown in Turkey.
A court will hear his bail petition in September. Rumana Hashem reports.
As Turkey continues its assaults on Kurdish regions, the international campaign RiseUp4Rojava issues a call for solidarity in defence of the social revolution in North-East Syria.