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New Internationalist talks to Jerusalem In My Heart about their powerful synergy of music and film and the idea that is Jerusalem.

Louise Gray talks to Jerusalem In My Heart, an audio-visual performance troupe made up of  Montréal-based...

Tehran Taboo written and directed by Ali Soozandeh;
The Heiresses (Las Herederas) ...

Pope visits Ireland: A woman attends a vigil at the site of the Tuam babies graveyard where the bodies of 796 babies where uncovered at a site of a former Catholic home for unmarried mothers and their children.

From Catholocism to consumer capitalism, Ireland needs something new. Éilis Ryan.

This Indian state's current struggle sets a good example for the rest of the country, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara...

Women inside the fenced yard of the Svyatoshinsky psychiatric institution, Ukraine

Inside Ukraine’s psychiatric institutions: Madeline Roache reports.

Glyphosate and Roundup: a Monsanto protestor. Photo: Donna Cleveland, CC-BY-2.0

After decades muddying the science, Monsanto may at last account for its weedkiller’s effects, writes Claire...


Wame Molefhe profiles Botswana, where prosperity has morphed into corruption and...

Old covers of New Internationalist

After becoming the UK’s largest media co-operative we decided to make our flagship magazine bigger and better.


Many Kurdish people have had their connection to their land battered out of them. Now, they are taking it back. Matt...


The agreement between Canada and the EU remains the wrong type of trade deal. Alex Scrivener writes.

A court will hear his bail petition in September. Rumana Hashem reports.

Father Claude D'Souza.

Mari Marcel Thekaekara remembers Father Claude D’Souza.

Bisbee 17 at Hot Docs, Toronto

Highlights from the major documentary film festival held annually in Toronto, Canada.

Young people discovering their sexuality have been denied access to information or acceptance since the ‘gay propaganda’ law...

Sirens: a top recommendation from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, Nick Dowson suggests a few shows to get your teeth stuck into.

Forget shadow-banning, let's talk about private political censorship

Forget shadow banning, we need to talk about holding private censors accountable, argues Jillian York.


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