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Hannah Garrard reports from Monrovia on a crisis in Liberia’s education system.

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Jill Jones explains why signing is particularly vulnerable to dying out – and why this basic human right must...

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The Missing Children’s project is investigating the deaths and disappearances of aboriginal students who died in church-run...

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Where have the traditions of intellectual freedom gone? ask Benoit Dutilleul and Holly-Rae Smith...

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Slovakia isolates this persecuted population from the rest of society by building walls and segregating schools, says ...

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Glitter Moreño shares images of a rural project in the Philippines, where parents are learning essential...

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On International Mother Tongue Day, Jo Lateu explains why our 7,000-plus global languages must be valued and...

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Mischa Wilmers talks to the poet turned professor about mentoring, Mandela and making a difference.

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Steve Parry decries an application process more cut-throat than a Dads' egg-and-spoon race on sports day.

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The Philippines must learn from the mistakes made in Haiti, says Linda O’Halloran.

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Danny Dorling on why the London mayor has unwittingly done us all a favour by exposing what our élitist...

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Jody Mcintyre takes the notion of disability to task with a personal exploration of difference and defiance...

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Campaigners are celebrating a tax justice win in the Dominican Republic, says Sophie Richmond.

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Laura Hood investigates Literatin, the plug-in that rates written material based on its 'gobbledygook' score...

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Why are two of the world’s best universities thwarting poor Indians’ chance of an education? wonders Deepa Gupta...

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For children with disabilities, school can be a distant dream. Clare Pelham explains.

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