How do we get news that is true – and in the public interest – to the places it does not reach, asks Vanessa Baird?
Highly networked rightwing students, acting with political patronage, are stifling academic freedom, writes Sruti Bala.
The Covid-19 pandemic may have put Algeria’s revolutionary uprising temporarily on hold, but, as Hamza Hamouchene observes, the will to topple the military regime remains strong.
QAnon has a lot to learn from Brazil, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.
After centuries of government exclusion a new generation of Romani activists is fighting back. Conrad Landin profiles three campaigners leading the charge.
This is the best opportunity since 1998 that the opposition has to defeat the Bolivarian Revolution. So why are they boycotting the election? Greg Wilpert asks.
Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou and Keira Dignan on the Greek state’s clampdown on migrants and activists.
The activists of the Arab Spring have faced a devastating backlash. We must support them, writes Nanjala Nyabola.
It twists and corrupts democracy in hidden ways. Peter Geoghegan explores the murky world of think tanks and billionaire backers.
Ever since Hurricane Irma struck in September 2017, residents of Barbuda have been trying to defend themselves against those who would cash in on their misfortune. Gemma Sou hears what they have to say.
How environment defenders are being stopped in the Global South. Leny Olivera and Sian Cowman report from Latin America.
Agony Uncle responds to a troubled 20-something-year-old who worries he’ll lose his radical commitments as he gets older.
Can Sudan’s pro-democracy camp still play a role in forging a democratic future for the military-controlled nation? Obiora Ikoku reports.
Starting from humble DIY beginnings, Nigerian special effects posse The Critics are making waves. By Subi Shah.
Husna Rizvi speaks to panelists ahead of The World Transformed festival.
India’s air pollution crisis affects millions, and not just in Delhi. Aruna Chandrasekhar meets people forced to live, and resist, at Mumbai’s toxic perimeter.
Make the Future is the latest in flimsy greenwash PR from an oil company pretending it can save the world from oil companies, Darren Cullen writes.
What’s left for young people today? Yohann Koshy examines the emergence of ‘millennials’ and the political activism they are engaged in.
Governments are increasingly using surveillance and big data to track immigrants. Gaby del Valle reports from the US, where activists are trying to hold data-mining firm Palantir to account.
For Nanjala Nyabola, the sentencing of Trump’s campaign chair tells us a lot about the West’s relationship to Africa.