New Internationalist

Human Rights

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Nigerian officials grow rich on the hunger of the poor

Samuel Malik reports on endemic corruption in Nigeria’s camps for the internally displaced.

Filed in: Human Rights Nigeria

UK Supreme Court highlights right of Chagos refugees to return home

The court ruling may indicate some progress but it also upholds the ban on the refugees’ return. Katie McQue reports.

Filed in: Human Rights United Kingdom

Brazil human rights defender found drowned in dam

The bodies of murdered women should not have to be the catalyst for responsible development, writes Erin Kilbride.

Filed in: Brazil Human Rights

Malaysia’s slide from pseudo-democracy toward authoritarianism

The story is a complex web of deceit, connecting the ruling elite, royalty, investment banks and offshore tax havens. Nithin Coca reports.

Filed in: Human Rights Malaysia Politics

Franco's ghosts

The dictator’s victims are still waiting to see their torturers on trial – and time is running out. By Mira Galanova.

Filed in: Human Rights Politics Spain

Why I love pre-loved, unloved and recycled

Wise words on fashion by 14-year-old Mya-Rose Craig.

Filed in: Environment Ethical Consumerism Human Rights Work

A word with Aziza Brahim

The Western Saharan singer and activist on Cuban solidarity, life as a refugee, and making her grandmother proud.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Music Western Sahara

Australia: a nice, friendly, sunny place?

There are many myths about the country that just don’t hold up, writes Stephen Langford.

Filed in: Australia Human Rights Migration

Run, Palestine, run

A record number of participants claimed their right to freedom of movement at this year’s marathon. Giedre Steikunaite reports.

Filed in: Human Rights Palestine Sport

With no UN to watch, Saharawis fear Moroccan regime

Local activists are expecting a brutal crackdown from the police, writes John Richards.

Filed in: Human Rights Morocco Politics UN Western Sahara

Universalizing environmental and human rights

Doug Weir explains why these rights are especially important during times of armed conflict.

Filed in: Arms Conflict Environment Human Rights Military Nuclear Weapons Pollution War and Peace

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