Activists meet this weekend to discuss a new internationalism for this century. Viyan Serhildan reports.
As New Internationalist celebrates its 50th anniversary, Vanessa Baird looks back over five decades of campaigning journalism and inspiration.
Musawenkosi Cabe speaks to activists who were part of the Rhodes Must Fall push to decolonize universities and challenge white supremacy.
A new aerial cabaret show explores the housing crisis and the debts of home. Amy Hall reports.
A troubled reader fears they are unfairly being accused of gaslighting, manipulation and abuse by their friends. Agony Uncle advises.
Priti Salian on how activists are fighting the colonial mindset to push for trans rights in India.
Rahila Gupta examines the precursor to Iran’s ‘first feminist revolution in the world’: a Kurdish feminist revolution in Rojava.
Hailey Maxwell profiles the East Asian nation and its flourishing soft power.
Gisella Ligios reports from Rojava on the threat of food and water insecurity, and its impact on farming livelihoods.
Our new columnist Rosebell Kagumire illustrates the dangers faced by migrant workers in the Gulf States.
Stronger policing powers, harsher sentences and higher fines. Democratic protest is under threat from Westminster, as the sentencing of a Just Stop Oil activist this week shows. Andrea Brock and Nathan Stephens-Griffin write.
Husna Ara plots the path to shame-free learning.
Branded as terrorists by President Erdoğan’s hardline regime, LGBTQI+ people in Turkey are finding ways to express themselves and build solidarity, writes Tuğçe Özbiçer.
Richard Swift on the right-wing libertarian and former public prosecutor hoping to ‘teach some manners’ to its North Korean neighbour.
Louise Gray reviews Strike by Lining Time and Together for Ukraine by Various Artists.
England’s schools funnel its most marginalized young people towards the criminal justice system, writes Zahra Bei. But educators and young people are reimagining what’s possible.
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.
Community-based initiatives are helping keep people safe where the police fail. Lucilla Harrell and Amy Hall speak to organizers in Puerto Rico, Brazil and the US.
Mutual aid networks in Ukraine have stepped up to support those in need across the country, writes Tina Burrett.
Amy Hall explores the movement calling time on prisons and the police while offering an alternative vision of the future.
With the South American country closer than ever to electing a leftwing government, Nick MacWilliam explores what it could mean for peace and human rights.
Richard Swift explores why the Cold War's old certainties can no longer hold.