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The bleak future of British foreign aid
The government’s ‘international development’ strategy is a red herring for dubious private financing, argues Nick Dearden
Labour: the world urgently needs a fair price for medicines
The UK’s Shadow Secretary of State for International Development makes the case for rebalancing power away from pharmaceutical corporations and towards people.
Don’t privatize forests, educate the people
In rural Nigeria, religious leaders think sinful behaviour is to blame for climate change, writes
Labour knocks out a radical new vision for development
gives five reasons as to why Labour's new development policy paper is worth celebrating.
Both hands on the spotlight for Rio’s favelas
A small NGO is trying to link local communities and international networks to help Rio’s worse-off neighbourhoods,
The Western way isn’t always the best way
Development – when forced onto poor countries – is a dangerous concept, argues
Maternal Mortality - The Facts
The countries where mothers are most (and least) at risk The maternal mortality ratio (MMR) shows deaths per 100,000 live births; the lifetime risk also takes into account the fertility rate.
Clean start – creating a fair economy
Out of the ashes of the crash, how are we to create a fairer future? *New Internationalist* asks leading experts from around the world to focus on specific areas and propose practical action for change.
A reader wrote us recently about her concerns about the Heads of Commonwealth meeting taking place now in Uganda. She raises some important issues: