Conrad Landin speaks to Saga and Ahmed, two young Palestinians who have recently settled in Scotland.
Abdoulie Ceesay, Gambian representative to COP28, argues that the West must take climate action – not militarization.
Rebecca Jarman and Diana Salazar report on the stark similarities between two mining-related tragedies.
As mass protests erupt worldwide over Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza, Andrew Feinstein asks if Benjamin Netanyahu has pushed his allies too far.
Sending a message from inside Gaza, Palestinian journalist and activist Ahmed Abu Artema calls for global protests to prevent a repeat of history.
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.
Stephanie Boyd reports from an Amazonian village where traditional ways of life are changing with modern times.
Brazil wants to be a beacon in the fight against global warming, Leonardo Sakamoto writes. Its powerful agribusiness lobby has a different view.
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.
Nanjala Nyabola asks why migration policies have become so deadly, and what it will take to change them.
Stephanie Boyd experiences new life amid grief on a night voyage in the Peruvian Amazon.
Can you really put a price on nature? Anthony Langat reports on a controversial scheme seen as innovative and beneficial by some and carbon colonialism by others.
Ibtisaam Babikr profiles the wealthy Gulf state determined to rehabilitate its image.
One year after a court ruling, the Ogiek are still waiting for reparations. Amy Hall reports on a case that could change the lives of Indigenous people across the region.
Toufic Haddad argues that the West’s blinkered support for Israel can only escalate disaster.
The 19-year-old climate activist is making her voice heard across South Africa and beyond. She speaks with Uyapo Majahana about climate anxiety, life lessons and getting beyond tokenism.
Could the Adani Group’s financial troubles be good news for the climate? Asks Danny Chivers.
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.
Stephanie Boyd on a beautiful farewell in Peru’s southern Andes.
James Schneider profiles the Caribbean nation, close to the Hugo Chávez-founded ALBA alliance but also to the UK, US and Taiwan.
Hailey Maxwell profiles the East Asian nation and its flourishing soft power.