New Internationalist

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Why are trade unions opposing worker self-management?

The Second Euromediterranean Workers’ Economy summit in Greece highlighted the rift in the global workers’ movement. Liam Barrington-Bush reports.

Filed in: Greece Trade Unions Work

Crimes of compassion for refugee solidarity

Human rights campaigner Rob Lawrie speaks to Lydia Noon about people smuggling, bike riding and refugees.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Disabled people lead the fight against austerity

The resistance put up against the UK government’s cuts by Disabled People Against the Cuts can teach us many lessons, writes Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: Disability United Kingdom

Matters of life and death

Isabelle Gerretsen talks to doctors in the Netherlands – where euthanasia is legal – about supporting patients who choose to die.

Filed in: Netherlands

Rekindling fears: right-wing violence against migrants is back in Greece

Arrivals may have petered out this summer, but the prolonged refugee crisis appears to be ushering new waves of hostility into the country, reports Zoe Holman.

Filed in: Greece

A thousand small bricks to make a home for all

As France evicts migrants from the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp a new project in Brighton provides housing to vulnerable migrants thanks to small contributions by hundreds of people. Amy Hall reports.

Filed in: United Kingdom

The last days of the Calais ‘Jungle’

Harriet Paintin and Hannah Kirmes-Daly spent a week at the refugee camp during its last days, collecting portraits, hopes and thoughts of its residents.

Filed in: France United Kingdom

UK nukes: why the world is asking Britain to disarm

Britain’s long-term commitment to nuclear disarmament has been wobbly at best, but things might have to change soon, writes Kjølv Egeland.

Filed in: United Kingdom

After Calais, France to evict Europe’s biggest anti-airport protest

A trip to the Northwest of France, where La Zad has been blocking plans to build a new airport since 2008. But things might change soon, writes Sam Lund-Harket.

Filed in: France

Europe: united against refugees

Hungary’s stance on refugees is bad, but it is only doing what Europe has always done, writes Emmanuel Blanchard.

Filed in: Europe

A very British inheritance: the ‘Othering’ tendency

Britain is back building walls separating ‘us’ from ‘them’ – but all these walls suggest a great fall ahead, argues Sophie Baggott.

Filed in: United Kingdom

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