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Husna Rizvi speaks to the activist-authors of A FLY Girl’s Guide to Cambridge – a new...

Dawn Foster and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown dispute whether or not religion should play a role in...

Aboriginal people are using a new app to record and report police brutality. Will it help break Australia’s culture of...

Working on a documentary about the Moken ‘Sea Gypsies’ prompted Julian Sayarer to examine the West’s obtuse...

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An indigenous movement in Jharkhand is reminding the Indian authorities of their constitutional duty to protect tribal lands.

An indigenous movement in Jharkhand is reminding the Indian authorities of their constitutional duty to protect tribal lands...

frightening erosion of human personality at the heart of the problem.

As growth-driven consumer culture spurs on planetary destruction, why don’t we spring into action? Psychologist John...

Citizens’ Assemblies are being promoted as the preferred democratic tool of a new generation of activists, Brett...

UNICEF and ECHO deliver hygiene kits to children and families in bomb shelters in Donetsk. Credit: EU Civil and Humanitarian Aid Operations/Flickr

Ukraine’s internally displaced people are paying the price for a proxy conflict stoked by Russia. Daisy Gibbons...

Why is it so easy for governments to ignore this much-feted document? TJ Coles analyzes the British case...

What does Tumblr's decision mean for those who rely on the site as one of the only sexually permissible online spaces?...

People take part in a smudging ceremony organised by the First Nations Indigenous Warriors and the American Indian Movement on the Cote First Nation, near the town of Kamsack, Saskatchewan, Canada, August 6, 2017. Smudging is a common practice among some indigenous peoples in North America and is believed to cleanse a person or place of negative energy. REUTERS/Zachary Prong

The shocking eugenicist policies can be seen as attempted cultural genocide, argues Jaipreet Virdi

The non-indigenous people of New Caledonia assumed they would easily win an independence referendum. The results were a...

Nanjala Nyabola explains why Trump presents a challenge for those who work in human rights.

As Spain becomes the busiest staging post on the migrant Mediterranean route, Julian Hattem speaks to the African migrants in its North African enclaves.

Julian Hattem speaks to the migrants trapped in limbo.

The moral panic surrounding proposed changes is incoherent. Husna Rivzi explains why.

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