New Internationalist


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The fatherhood revolution

For Father’s day, Nikki van der Gaag discusses feminism, men and unravelling gender stereotypes.

Filed in: Feminism Men Women

Connecting to the world through psychedelic drugs

Stephen Reid makes the case for a life-changing trip.

Filed in: Drugs Law Society

Burma’s Rohingya: the invisible people

The country’s democratic changes have yet to reach its ethnic minorities. Tina Burrett and Christopher Simons report.

Filed in: Burma Human Rights Politics

Why The Maggi Affair has angered and enthralled India

Nestlé’s noodles are under scrutiny. About time, thinks Mari Marcel Thekaekara

Filed in: Corporations Food India

Shack dwellers take on the state in South Africa

Saranel Benjamin reports on efforts to prevent illegal evictions and educate people on their rights.

Filed in: Land South Africa

Government intrusion and the loss of human rights

14 years of fighting the ‘war on terror’ has left us all less secure, says Amit Singh.

Filed in: England Human Rights Law Politics United States

Interview with Maryam Abdulhadi al-Khawaja

Cristiana Moisescu talks to the Bahraini activist, who smiles in the face of adversity.

Filed in: Bahrain Human Rights

Blinded in ‘paradise’

With India touting Kashmir as a dream tourist destination, Uzma Falak reports on the reality – and the ongoing police brutality.

Filed in: Human Rights India Kashmir Politics Violence

The anti-gay gospel

How foreign funds amplify hate in Uganda, by Patience Akumu.

Filed in: Gay Rights Religion Uganda

The miseducation of Jonny Scaramanga

His escape from fundamentalist schooling.

Filed in: Christianity Education Religion

Gay rights group secures legal victory in Kenya

But the court’s decision has angered opponents to LGBT rights, as Moses Wasamu reports.

Filed in: Gay Rights Kenya Law

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