Danny Chivers reports on how the people of Ecuador voted against the oil giants and for the Yasuní National Park.
Karin Goodwin reports from Vancouver on how reconnecting with their Indigenous culture is helping women heal.
UK arts had largely ditched fossil fuel sponsorships after years of activism. Danny Chivers reports on how industry ties have been reshaped.
Amy Hall reports from Barbados on abolishing the British monarchy and the legacies of colonialism.
If you want to build a more just world, we need to confront the legacies of empire, argues Amy Hall.
Husna Ara speaks to Dr Samara Linton about The Colour of Madness, her co-edited anthology that brings to life the varied experiences of alienation for migrants and people of colour in the UK.
James Schneider profiles the Caribbean nation, close to the Hugo Chávez-founded ALBA alliance but also to the UK, US and Taiwan.
As part of its investigative deep dive into energy firms cashing in on the cost of living crisis, Corporate Watch investigates E.ON, the second-largest energy supplier in the UK.
A target to turn 30 per cent of the world’s land into protected areas for nature by 2030 is set to be agreed by world leaders in December. But not everyone is happy about it, as Amy Hall reports.
Nilanjana Bhowmick's thoughts on the long shadow of caste.
Aruna Chandrasekhar argues that we need to keep one eye on the ‘other COP’.
New Internationalist launches a one-year series exploring responses to poverty that address the reality of post-independence power dynamics within and between countries.
Riley Yesno explores some of the ways the Indigenous-led movement is redistributing land and wealth in North America.
How can we phase out fossil fuels in a way that works for people everywhere? The historic Cochabamba People’s Agreement offers a way forward, argues Max Ajl.
Nick Dowson gives the low-down on the latest tricks in corporate spin.
The rich and powerful are using ruinous lawsuits to target journalists and activists who hold them to account. Tina Burrett explores the threat.
Kathleen Nolan examines a simplistic non-solution to complex problems.
Novelist Silvia Moreno-Garcia pushes back against the stereotypes associated with Latin American culture. By Graeme Green.
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.
Writing from a Californian prison, Jessie Milo sets out his vision for a more caring society.
Amy Hall explores the movement calling time on prisons and the police while offering an alternative vision of the future.
What will be the definitive climate struggles of 2022? Danny Chivers shares global activists’ to do list.
Palestinians continue to be brutalized in Israeli jails, despite international criticism. Kasturi Chakraborty speaks to prisoners’ families about their struggles.