Activists meet this weekend to discuss a new internationalism for this century. Viyan Serhildan reports.
How far are states willing to go to spy on dissent? Bethany Rielly reports from Catalonia to find out.
Bethany Rielly asks us to end our judgments over multiple partners.
Karin Goodwin reports from Vancouver on how reconnecting with their Indigenous culture is helping women heal.
The outspoken artist and architect speaks to Subi Shah about art, architecture and activism.
A new Kenyan media initiative is using live performance to break free of colonial industry norms, Patrick Gathara reports.
Musawenkosi Cabe speaks to activists who were part of the Rhodes Must Fall push to decolonize universities and challenge white supremacy.
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.
Should I stay or should I go? NI’s new Agony Uncle advises a support worker who's sick of their boss.
Tom Dale profiles one of the former hotspots of the 2011 Arab Spring, a nation now experiencing a counter-revolutionary moment.
Leonardo Sakamoto on Jair Bolsonaro’s not-so-triumphant return, as he faces a slew of lawsuits over alleged election meddling in Brazil.
In the lead story from our May-June 2023 issue, Zoe Holman looks at how the so-called ‘peace process’ has allowed Israel to deepen its colonial project over Palestinian lives.
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.
It’s time adults stopped trying to mould kids into obedient neoliberal subjects, argues Matt Broomfield.
Historic peace talks are a glimmer of hope in the world’s worst humanitarian conflict. But the exclusion of Yemeni women’s voices in the peace process is deeply worrying, says Fatma Jaffar of Oxfam, in Sanaa.
The Indian physicist and veteran food sovereignty activist speaks to Amy Hall about a lifetime of keeping smiling while fighting the lies of the ‘poison cartel’.
Graeme Green reports on why this is a critical year to stop destructive deep-sea mining from taking hold of the world’s oceans.
Can Sudan’s pro-democracy camp still play a role in forging a democratic future for the military-controlled nation? Obiora Ikoku reports.
As Uganda passes its anti-gay law, Rosebell Kagumire decries the way faltering governments make scapegoats of their most marginalized citizens.
Leonardo Sakamoto reports on trans champions in Brazil's parliament.
For centuries, museums have held human remains as artefacts. Hana Pera Aoake explored what can be learned from the programme driving the push to bring Māori and Moriori ancestors home?
Conrad Landin considers the vital role of New Internationalist – and asks for your support.