Cartoonists must continue using humour to push boundaries.
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Investigative journalist Nick Davies on the myth of press freedom.
A series of images taken by Tim Hetherington a year after the disaster are now part of a multimedia exhibition.
Lydia James talks to film director Leila Sansour about Open Bethlehem and being back in Palestine.
Virgil Hawkins decries the media’s ease of conscience when it comes to attracting readers.
Kate Smurthwaite battles the lure of capitalist-driven advertising and calls for a change.
Lebanese artist Tania el-Khoury speaks to Cristiana Moisescu about her newest project, an art installation at the Birmingham Fierce Festival.
Kenyan author Okwiri Oduor talks to Chris Brazier about winning this year’s Caine Prize for African Writing.
The work of students from the Royal College of Art suggests it may be possible, says Jamie Kelsey-Fry.
Top novelist Leonardo Padura talks with Vanessa Baird on why his books disappear in Cuba, and his hopes and fears for the country’s future.
A group of filmmakers came up with a clever way to help smuggle five refugees to safety. Co-director Gabriele del Grande explains how On the Bride’s Side came to be.
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