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Performance by curator KV at the 'No Place like Home' exhibition by Vietnamese diaspora collective at the Museum of the Home in London, UK. Julio Etchart

Museums and colonialism are inextricably linked. Julio Etchart explores how projects in colonizing...

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Nanjala Nyabola asks why migration policies have become so deadly, and what it will take to change them.

Gifts and Books, an exhibition about giving at the Bodleian Library

Writing, reading, giving are all central to the history of humankind. Vanessa Baird visits a new exhibition...

Image description: A woman tries to keep warm with blankets in an unheated home. Photo by Pavel Danilyuk from Pexels.

As part of its investigative deep dive into energy firms cashing in on the cost of living crisis, Corporate Watch...

A Metropolitan Police officer approaches Just Stop Oil activists as they demonstrate on Highbury Corner in north London on November 30, 2022.  (Photo by DANIEL LEAL/AFP via Getty Images)

Stronger policing powers, harsher sentences and higher fines. Democratic protest is under threat from Westminster, as the...

An illustration by Syrian artist Haya Halaw depicts a woman refugee holding a minature house on fire.

Who is better placed to cover forced migration than refugees themselves? Bairbre Flood reports on the...

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In Glasgow, a new campaign has gas and electricity providers in its sights – and is taking on the regulator too. ...

A child wears a blue and white striped t-shirt and plays with lego blocks which are rested on the arm of a sofa

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Danieli is trying to access life-saving surgery – but his family could be forced to leave before he is able to get it. An...

Shut out – Too many children are young people are being discarded by England’s education system.IEVGEN CHABANOV/ALAMY

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England’s schools funnel its most marginalized young people towards the criminal justice system, writes Zahra Bei...

A white building from the outside - the word 'pace' is painted on the front

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As volunteers prepare aid for Ukrainian refugees, Simone Lai reports from Italy’s largest arms factory –...

Men stand with a banner that reads ' Save our seafarers' and union flags

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A recent wave of mass redundancies from P&O ferries has triggered outrage. Conrad Landin reports from...

A Roma woman demonstrates outside Ostrava Municipal Hospital in the Czech Republic on 11 September 2020. She is taking part in a demonstration calling for the enactment of a law to compensate women who were unlawfully sterilised. VLADIMIR PRYCEK/CTK PHOTO/ALAMY

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Europe has a dark history of policing Roma women’s wombs. Cyrine Sinti investigates attempts to redress...

The Czechoslovak photographer Josef Koudelka began capturing the lives of Roma across Europe. After photographing the events of the Prague Spring in 1968, Koudelka re-located to the UK, and continued his Gypsies series in countries including France and Spain. His book Gypsies was published in 1975 and re-published in an expanded edition in 2019 (Thames & Hudson). Photo: Czechoslovakia, 1967 MAGNUM/JOSEF KOUDELKA

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Yaron Matras examines the evolution of language and culture during the Roma’s 1,000 year journey from the...

A Romani mother and daughter in Hajduhadhaz, eastern Hungary, 22 March 2011. The town’s Romani population has been subjected to vigilante patrols at the hands of Hungary’s far-right Jobbik party, which came second in the 2018 parliamentary elections. BERNADETT SZABO/REUTERS

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Conrad Landin travels to the Czech Republic to chronicle a death untold.

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Norway’s new left-leaning prime minister is a product of Europe’s neoliberal discontent, argues Richard Swift...

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Jason Hickel shines a different light on a catastrophe that killed three million Indians.


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