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: Government officials pray over a storage box containing Covid-19 vaccines before they leave for various vaccination centres in Mumbai, India, in January this year. India is one of the countries that is calling for patents on Covid-19 vaccines to be waived during the pandemic. DHIRAJ SINGH/BLOOMBERG/GETTY

Heidi Chow on how to roll out Covid-19 vaccines for all, equitably and at scale.

KM Bhai conducting an RTI Workshop at his tea stall. Credit: KM Bhai

From his tea stall in rural Uttar Pradesh, Krishna Murari Yadav is supporting people to ask difficult questions...

Protesters run during a crackdown on anti-coup protests at Hlaing Township in Yangon, Myanmar March 17, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

Since the military coup in Myanmar, the situation continues to worsen. What are the avenues for international intervention...

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Husna Ara probes co-editor Amy Hall on New Internationalist’s bold Covid-19 rescue plan....

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After a court annulled all the sentences against him, Brazil’s ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is back in the running...

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Psychoanalyst Adam Phillips talks about our need for privacy in a digital age.

Conspiracy theorist graffiti alleging terrorism behind the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster of 2013, pictured in Montreal. Credit: Cold, Indrid/Flickr

Vanessa Baird offers some nifty tips in tackling a growing problem.

Activists in New York City protest against the influence of ‘dark money’ from the billionaire Koch brothers on many areas of political decision-making, including healthcare. ERIK MCGREGOR /SIPA USA/PA IMAGES

It twists and corrupts democracy in hidden ways. Peter Geoghegan explores the murky world of think tanks...

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Propaganda and media expert Peter Pomerantsev on tackling disinformation and the power of the digital...

Chef Fatmata Binta puts the ingredient fonio – a  nutritious, gluten-free and fibre-rich grain – centrestage in  her Fulani Kitchen in Ghana

Rebel chefs are on a mission to decolonize diets across sub-Saharan Africa. Kareem Arthur goes in search of...

Lawyers are drafting a legal definition of ecocide which could lead to prosecutions at the International Criminal Court....

Michael Fakhri, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, has a bold vision for a trade system that...

Having blocked proposals from Global South countries to suspend intellectual property on Covid-19 vaccines, the UK is now on...

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Hazel Healy imagines an end to cheap meat.

Faustina, a street vendor in Accra, Ghana, has a steady stream of customers each day. She pays daily, monthly, and annual tolls to the Accra Metropolitan Assembly in order to carry out her work.  Women like Faustina constitute about 70 per cent of the union's membership, and vendors of vegetables, grains, legumes, fish, and other related items like utensils, charcoal, and provisions are well represented.  Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images/Images of Empowerment 

Small farmers, social movements and human rights are being elbowed out, says Kirtana Chandrasekaran.

Nilanjana Bhowmick on the double whammy of natural disaster and Covid-19 that has brought a vulnerable...

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