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Dilemma of justice under Indian rule in Kashmir

Uzma Falak reports on a problem of powerlessness and the struggle against it.

Filed in: Human Rights India Kashmir Law

What justice, Mr Gove?

Scrapping the EU human rights act is high on the new Justice Secretary’s list of priorities, but it would be a disaster, says Neda Tehrani.

Filed in: Europe Human Rights Law Politics

Sabah’s invisible children

A new Al Jazeera documentary looks at the fate of ‘illegals’ in Sabah, Malaysia. Producer Sarah Yeo recounts her journey there. 

Filed in: Human Rights Malaysia

Thailand’s midnight flower-sellers

The country’s indigenous groups are the most vulnerable to exploitation, documents Alexia Kalaitzi.

Filed in: Human Rights Thailand

Tunisians on hunger strike against regime’s secret files

Ben Ali’s legacy still looms large, as Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod report.

Filed in: Human Rights Tunisia

The right to dream

Uruguayan poet-historian Eduardo Galeano, a long-time contributor to New Internationalist, has died. We remember him through his writing.

Filed in: Human Rights

Those who couldn’t be there

Thousands attended the World Social Forum in Tunis last month. But, says Giedre Steikunaite, we mustn’t forget the absent, the missing, the disappeared.

Filed in: Australia Children Human Rights Mexico Migration Western Sahara

We need a new media to tell the real news

The British press stays silent on many issues. Fanny Malinen says enough is enough.

Filed in: Human Rights United Kingdom

Britain’s disbelieved dream of better futures

Unaccompanied children seeking asylum are often accused of lying by those who should be helping them, reports Heenali Patel.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration United Kingdom

Prison as a place of healing

Death Row inmate Brandon Astor Jones asks the world to wake up to an enlightened approach to incarceration in Norway.

Filed in: Human Rights Norway Prisons United States

Welcome to The Jungle

Over 2,000 migrants are gathered in a Calais refugee camp for one reason alone: to reach Britain or die trying. James Rippingale reports.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Sudan

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