David Hill reports on the legal move to protect isolated indigenous peoples at risk of ‘extermination’ by the country’s biggest ever hydrocarbons project.
Human rights lawyer Errol Mendes and aid campaigner Jonathan Glennie go head-to-head - read their arguments and join the debate.
Libby Powell reflects on last year's International Womens Day when women took to the streets of Egypt to fight for their rights.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|Indigenous organizations to sue Peru over Amazon gas project||The feral rich||January, 2013|
|Digital freedoms – THE FACTS||Internet showdown||December, 2012|
|Torture recompense comes to Kenyans||Protection racket||June, 2012|
|Abu Qatada: when the net tightens on justice||Protection racket||June, 2012|
|Country Profile: Guatemala||Mental health||May, 2012|
|Gone for soldiers||Mental health||May, 2012|
|Tuaregs hard hit by Mali conflict||Mental health||May, 2012|
|Should donor nations give aid to countries with poor human rights records?||Adapt or die||April, 2012|
|Essay: Deindustrializing humanity||Adapt or die||April, 2012|
|The unpalatable reality of working for Apple||Adapt or die||April, 2012|
|Cambodian drug law ‘legalizes’ appalling abuse||Adapt or die||April, 2012|
|Kimberley Process 'whitewashes' blood diamonds||Adapt or die||April, 2012|
|Blue bras and mettle: Egypt's women stand their ground||Time for a fair economy||March, 2012|
|And Finally... Juliet Stevenson||Haiti two years on||January, 2012|
|West Papuans mark bitter-sweet ‘independence’ day||The arms trade||December, 2011|