Beaten, imprisoned and charged, Lauren Crosby Medlicott speaks to students facing trial for protesting against an oil…
Sophie Neiman speaks to people putting everything on the line to overturn Uganda’s harsh new anti-gay law.
Malaria vaccines are welcome, but they won’t be enough to stop its disease, argues Rosebell Kagumire.
Can the quest for peace in Europe bring calm at home? Rosebell Kagumire asks.
Alice McCool imagines a world where countries are not left wearing the West’s cast-offs.
As Uganda passes its anti-gay law, Rosebell Kagumire decries the way faltering governments make scapegoats of their most marginalized citizens.
A court case shows the continent’s demand for social media companies to be accountable for their impact offline, columnist Resebell Kagumire writes.
Sophie Neiman investigates the contentious war crimes case of a former child soldier in Uganda's ferocious Lord's…
Our new columnist Rosebell Kagumire illustrates the dangers faced by migrant workers in the Gulf States.
Profiles of groups from Palestine, Mozambique, Uganda and India who are saying no to new oil and gas infrastructure.
Mass imprisonment and merciless policing were the preferred tools of control for European colonizers. Patrick Gathara explores the legacy left in Kenya.
What will be the definitive climate struggles of 2022? Danny Chivers shares global activists’ to do list.
In co-operatives, employees can take control of the business. Amy Hall explores the possibilities and challenges.
To ensure a fairer future we will need to tackle business as usual, says Dinyar Godrej.
Are legal punishments an effective way to tackle domestic violence, or are they failing to go to the heart of the problem? Leigh Goodmark and Stella Nyanzi go head to head.
Exasperated at politicians, Nanjala Nyabola reflects on the disastrous consequences of poor leadership in a pandemic.
An international energy agreement could leave governments across the Global South exposed to expensive lawsuits from corporate investors. Juliet Ferguson of Investigate Europe reports.
Ugandan autocrat Yoweri Museveni digs his heels in yet again.
Nanjala Nyabola mourns the loss of Nairobi's canopy, and questions the expansion of cities.
A kickstart for a habitable future. Claire Mellier and Rich Wilson make the case for citizens’ assemblies.
Conservationists in the Global South are seeking sustainable pathways, finds Graeme Green.
Unloved and under threat from several sides, democracy seems to be in peril. Should it be saved – or helped to change? Vanessa Baird investigates.
Liam Taylor on the popstar politician taking on a ‘horrifying’ election battle in Uganda.