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Natalia Kaliada on the women rising up against Alexander Lukashenko. 

Natalia Kaliada on the women rising up against Alexander Lukashenko. 

QAnon has a lot to learn from Brazil, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.

QAnon has a lot to learn from Brazil, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.

Students of group 11 and 12 get computer education in the computer classroom of secondary government school ‘Anjoor’ in the village Ramanagaram, 60km from Bangalore. Credit: Wim Klerx/Computer caste

Schoolchildren are falling through the digital divide, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick.

(c) Kumail Rizvi

A data dive into global trends explores how rising malnourishment co-exists with overabundance and waste.

Garment workers are seen at their desks during a shift in a clothing plant in Bangladesh. Photo : Marcel Crozet / ILO

Tansy Hoskins on how garment makers could be better protected in future.

Newly displaced people waiting by the side of the road after fleeing attacks in Barsalogho, in northcentral Burkina Faso. TOM PEYRE-COSTA/NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL

Sam Mednick on Burkina Faso’s unfolding humanitarian crisis.

Betty Bigombe

Death threats delivered by bleeding amputees were not enough to deter Betty Bigombe from trying to make...

Illustration by Pete Reynolds

The pandemic has left millions of people on the brink of starvation. Hazel Healy asks why our food system...

Baiga women in Madhya Pradesh, India collecting leaves. Credit: ephotocorp.

As the UN convenes the Biodiversity Summit in New York, Joji Cariño, Andy Whitmore, Milka Chepkorir...

[Credit: Eleanor Shakespeare]

New Internationalist launches a one-year series dedicated to unpicking why hunger persists.


Photo: Fifaliana-Joy/Pixabay

Amy Hall speaks to the campaigners leading the call against childhood incarceration of Aboriginal and...

Peter Whittaker, Jo Lateu, and Vanessa Baird weigh up the latest releases in progressive...

Visit Organic For All to support small organic farmers struggling with the production costs of organic food.

To stamp out pesticides from our fragile food systems is to protect those most prone to ill health, Friends of the Earth’s...

Curfews, routine raids and land-grabs. Zoe Holman on what has become of the fragmented...

A global coalition of economists calls for a radical shift in Africa’s economic policy, one rooted in sovereignty and...

Photo: Craven Mupenda/Girl Effect

Flavia Mutamutega, Rwanda’s sole agony aunt for adolescent girls, tells...


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