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‘We are slowly being killed by this mine’

The British-Australian mine of Cerro Matoso has been linked to birth defects, pollution, poverty and paramilitary pay-offs. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik investigates.

Filed in: Colombia Mining Pollution

Colombia’s two faces

The atmosphere is toxic after the referendum, but Colombia has a chance to rethink what kind of peace it aspires to, writes Leonardo Goi.

Filed in: Colombia

Peace for everyone: Colombia’s peace must focus on gender equality

On the brink of a historic referendum, Leonardo Goi warns that Colombia’s peace can’t come without ending the marginalization of women and LGBTI.

Filed in: Colombia

The last days of war: FARC’s 'final conference' in pictures

As Colombia prepares to hold a referendum on the historic peace deal, Kimberley Brown takes us inside the rebels’ preparations.

Filed in: Colombia

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

Colombia's farewell to arms

Leonardo Goi welcomes the end to a 52-year conflict between FARC rebels and the state.

Filed in: Colombia Peace

Calculating the environmental benefits of peace in Colombia

The costs of the 50-year conflict add up to ecocide. Doug Weir reports.

Filed in: Colombia Environment War and Peace

At the Coalface

Ten more years of UK coal burning will be a lifetime on the ground, writes Liam Barrington-Bush.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples Mining United Kingdom

The seeds of peace

Imprisoned Colombian indigenous leader Feliciano Valencia talks to New Internationalist.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples

Colombia’s peace requires disarming manhood, not just men

Realizing peace means tackling the structural dimensions of different sources of violence, argues Leonardo Goi.

Filed in: Colombia Women

Lessons from the past could help tackle today’s narcotics trade

Eric Gutierrez argues that the British East India Company was itself a drug cartel.

Filed in: China Colombia Drugs Trade

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