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Rêve Générale to Panama Papers

From France to Iceland, two seemingly disparate movements converge around the same dream, writes Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: France Iceland

Targeting children's minds; stymying Indian reform

Mari Marcel Thekaekara is unimpressed by latest pharmaceutical developments.

Filed in: Children Germany India Pharmaceuticals

The Brussels Attacks

Our pain and rage are immense, but we need reason and understanding more than ever, Frank Barat writes.

Filed in: Belgium

Greece, Austerity, Brexit: What might a Plan B for Europe look like?

Claire Fauset was in Spain to hear leftwing politicians and social movements strike a claim for a new Europe.

Filed in: England Europe European Union Greece Spain United Kingdom

The EU-Turkey summit exposes our inhumanity to refugees

Open and democratic societies cannot be built on fear and hatred, writes Nick Dearden.

Filed in: Europe European Union Migration Turkey

Photo Gallery: Forced displacement in Calais Jungle

‘We’re already dead,’ says one refugee. Lydia Noon documents the eviction.

Filed in: France Migration

Ocean litter-pick off the Netherlands

Researchers from the Ocean Clean Up will place a 100-kilometre-long floating barrier off the Dutch coastline, Beulah Maud Devaney reports.

Filed in: Netherlands Pollution

The Heathrow 13 are the only role models that count for my generation

Anna Wild, 20-years-old, explains what climate activists from Plane Stupid, the Heathrow 13, mean to her and why they have her support.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment United Kingdom

Plan B for Europe

Nick Dearden offers a vision of a more democratic European Union.

Filed in: Democracy Europe Politics

Switching on to energy democracy

Popular participation, social ideals and ecological sustainability are key attributes of sustainable systems, Claire Fauset writes.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Environment Germany Spain Sustainability United Kingdom

Former Danish PM didn’t save the children

The new head of Save the Children will be remembered as a hard-liner on immigration, writes Peter Kenworthy.

Filed in: Children Denmark Refugees

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