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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

Jeremy means Jeremy – and so, to work

Hazel Healy encounters a party undergoing transformation at the Labour conference in Liverpool.

Filed in: Democracy Politics United Kingdom

For the European development bank, democracy is an afterthought

Almost one in four euros lent by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in 2015 went to authoritarian countries, against the bank’s own mandate. By Fidanka Bacheva-McGrath.

Filed in: Belarus East Europe Europe

No place to fall sick: How refugees are barred from healthcare

The UN announced the suspension of aid to Syria after a deadly attack on a convoy near Aleppo. But air strikes are not the only obstacle to humanitarian aid, writes Isabelle Gerretsen.

Filed in: Europe Lebanon Sweden United Kingdom

Brexit means… er, whatever!

The politicians tasked to execute Brexit are clueless. Luckily, others are thinking about what to do next, Vanessa Baird writes.

Filed in: Europe European Union United Kingdom

The fight goes on: Workers’ struggles and successes from around the globe

Around the world, trade unions are facing fierce repression. But workers are still uniting to stand up for their rights and, in some cases, winning, from this month’s New Internationalist magazine.

Filed in: Cambodia Colombia European Union Mexico South Africa Trade Unions Work Zambia

Welcoming the digital residents

Estonia has found an innovative way to boost its population and its economy, discovers Haley Joelle Ott.

Filed in: Estonia

‘More understanding, more awareness, more dignity!’

Clelia Goodchild talks to members of the first union in Europe for illegal street vendors about what they want.

Filed in: Migration Senegal Spain Trade Unions Work

Three more reasons why we need to stop CETA

If the deal comes into effect, hundreds of US-based corporations will be able to sue the UK, through Canada, writes Nick Dearden.

Filed in: Canada United Kingdom

In the long crossing to Hungary refugee families get stuck in transition

A growing wait list means that many are living between borders and barbed-wire fences. Alice Wyss and Todor Gardos report.

Filed in: European Union Hungary Serbia and Montenegro

A People’s History of Woodcraft Folk

A new book by Phineas Harper records the history, values and evolution of this unique organization. Jeremy Corbyn MP introduces the book, with excerpt by Saskia Neibig.

Filed in: Children Germany United Kingdom

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