From school strikes to assembly boycotts, Lydia Noon reports on how children are calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Under the cover of Israel’s attack on Gaza, armed settlers and soldiers are erasing entire Bedouin villages in the West Bank. Tom Anderson reports.
How far are states willing to go to spy on dissent? Bethany Rielly reports from Catalonia to find out.
Join us in Glasgow on Friday 15 September to explore what it could mean to reckon with the impacts of colonialism and why this is essential to building a more just future.
Marta Vidal speaks with the Palestinian militant about the role of violence in the struggle for a better world.
Andrew Feinstein argues that the strategy that helped end South Africa’s apartheid must also be mobilized against Israel.
Spouting hate is a lark when you're in power – just ask Israel's National Security Minister.
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.
Absolute monarchy is a great lark – so long as you’re the King. But the stability Eswatini’s opulent autocrat has promised is starting to look like a mirage.
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?
Gisella Ligios reports from Rojava on the threat of food and water insecurity, and its impact on farming livelihoods.
Husna Ara rethinks our collective response to distress.
Two years on from the Lekki toll gate shooting, Obiora Ikoku, reflects on the legacy of Nigeria’s youth-led movement against police brutality and speaks to survivors about their quest for justice.
Nilanjana Bhowmick on the persecution of dissent in India.
Almost half of Nigerians want to move abroad in the next five years, Nosmot Gbadamosi writes, and the country’s population is expected to surpass that of the US by 2050.
Richard Swift and Conrad Landin examine Vladimir Putin’s bogus claims of ‘de-nazification’ in Ukraine.
Peruvian women call on Anglo-Swiss mining giant Glencore, investors and UK and EU parliamentarians to take action on toxic drinking water. Vanessa Baird reports.
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.
The world is turning grey as more and more concrete is poured. Vanessa Baird posits an alternative.
Russia’s invasion has triggered cost rises and staple shortages. Ugochi Anyaka-Oluigbo examines the crisis faced by low-income countries.
The theory of ‘deep adaptation’ is rapidly gaining support. Richard Swift assesses how far, if anywhere, it will take us and what better paths we could go down.
Peter Whittaker, Jo Lateau and Amy Hall review the latest releases in radical publishing.
The rich and powerful are using ruinous lawsuits to target journalists and activists who hold them to account. Tina Burrett explores the threat.