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Zuma is still clinging to power, citizens are paying the price

28 July 2021 South Africa South Africa’s recent uprisings have revealed how much of a tinderbox the country is, argues Glen Retief. Former president Jacob Zuma, ...

Nature’s guardians

20 July 2021 Dave Bangs makes the case for universal freedom to roam, and explains why he will be joining a mass trespass of England’s South ...

Introducing… From The Front

19 July 2021 environmental justice Over the next two years, our new series will explore pathways to peace and environmental protection. ‘I cannot sell out my ...

‘The road to freedom lies ahead’

15 July 2021 West Papua Klas Lundström examines the humanitarian crisis in West Papua as people continue to struggle for self-determination. West Papua Students, Alliance of ...

Alternative combat

2 July 2021 Louisa Waugh speaks to activists in Israel and Palestine working together in the name of peace. Credit: Mohammed Zaanoun Tuly is late for ...

A war against the war

5 July 2021 Port workers in Italy are refusing to bloody their hands for wars they don’t support – from Yemen to Gaza, and their resistance ...

Solidarity on Glasgow’s south side

25 June 2021 asylum seekers Conrad Landin reports from a vigil in memory of Stanislav Tomas, a Roma man who died following a brutal arrest by ...

The kids are not alright

17 June 2021 Joe Ballesteros investigates the pandemic-compounded crisis in educational provision for England’s most marginalized children.   Credit: Unsplash Jonathan is 18 years old. His ...

The pandemic has worsened Brazil’s hunger crisis

17 June 2021 A recent study suggests that as many as six in ten Brazilians are struggling to put food on the table, reports Beatriz Miranda. ...

The world must do more

Only six years ago we were celebrating hopes for a new future after the first free elections in decades. The people of Myanmar know dictatorship. They’ve ...

The world must do more

Only six years ago we were celebrating hopes for a new future after the first free elections in decades. The people of Myanmar know dictatorship. They’ve ...

Peru’s leftist President-elect is already under attack

11 June 2021 Pedro Castillo may have won the election but his leadership is not guaranteed yet. John Crabtree looks at the challenges ahead, including a ...

Zambia’s meal-finishers

11 June 2021 Audrey Simango reports on the phenomena of young men taking over abandoned meals.  On a recent trip to Lusaka, the capital of Zambia ...

Real change won’t come from the G7

11 June 2021 internationalism Nick Dearden on how the G7 continues to stand in the way of a more democratic international order.   Pictured in Carbis Bay – ...

G7 resistance: Harnessing collective power

11 June 2021 As the international summit begins in Cornwall, Amy Hall speaks to people showing up to challenge its powerful leaders. A climate action group ...

How British aid abandoned the girls of South Sudan

9 June 2021 South Sudan UK funding must urgently be restored to those in desperate need, says educator Rod Hicks. After fleeing South Sudan when she ...

We’ve saved New Internationalist’s stories

3 June 2021 When the pandemic threw our future into uncertainty we turned to our readers and co-owners for help. Over 1,800 people answered the call. ...

It’s the final countdown! Just one week left to save our stories

24 May 2021 As that 1 June deadline fast approaches, it’s time for the final push. The Save Our Stories campaign has been picking up pace ...

How to end vaccine apartheid

20 May 2021 Rich nations vaccinate a citizen every second while the majority of the poorest nations are yet to give a single dose. How can ...

Why I contribute to New Internationalist

18 May 2021 Photojournalist Julio Etchart reflects on the benefits of submitting work to a truly independent publisher. Julio learning to pound coffee, trained by Halume, ...

The storm which Netanyahu unleashed

17 May 2021 With mounting corruption charges to his name, Israel’s Prime Minister is benefiting from militarized, brutal distractions in Gaza. Adam Keller writes. On Tuesday morning ...

We’re one third of the way to funding our Covid rescue-plan

17 May 2021 Over 715 people have signed up for a personal stake in New Internationalist’s independent journalism. Wow! We’re 38% of the way there! Hundreds ...

Move over Murdoch. The mini-media moguls are here.

Move over Murdoch. The mini-media moguls are here. 4 May 2021 Our community share offer is off to a great start. Do you want to own ...

Vaccine equality

Who gets it? Covid-19 vaccines are the world’s great hope but not everyone has the same access to jabs. Vaccine nationalism, corporate power and wealth inequality ...

Would you like answers with your chai?

20 April 2021 From his tea stall in rural Uttar Pradesh, Krishna Murari Yadav is supporting people to ask difficult questions of the Indian state, one ...

Why isn’t the world doing more to help Myanmar?

19 April 2021 Since the military coup in Myanmar, the situation continues to worsen. What are the avenues for international intervention and what difference could they ...

Vaccine equality

Could an international ecocide law be around the corner?

30 March 2021 environmental justice Lawyers are drafting a legal definition of ecocide which could lead to prosecutions at the International Criminal Court. Anthony Langat explores ...