Ethical and political dilemmas abound these days. Seems like we’re all in need of a New Internationalist perspective. Enter stage: Agony Uncle.
In 1987, the British government contracted a passenger ferry to act as a floating immigration detention centre for Tamil refugees. Later that year a storm set the ship loose from its moorings. Felix Bazalgette reports on the the little-known story of exodus and empire that paved the way for the Windrush scandal.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|Agony Uncle: Cultural appropriation||Abolition||March, 2022|
|Spotlight: Saif Osmani||Vaccine equality||May, 2021|
|Agony Uncle: Is my daughter harbouring antisemitic views?||Vaccine equality||May, 2021|
|Cresting the wave||Vaccine equality||May, 2021|
|Why Black matters||A caring economy||November, 2020|
|Inequality Watch||Covid-19 lessons from the pandemic||September, 2020|
|Grand designs||The right to the city||July, 2019|
|The far-right international||Building a new internationalism||March, 2019|
|Do we fetishize indigenous people?||Trade in Turmoil||January, 2019|
|Between the devil and the deep blue sea||The dirt on waste||November, 2018|
|The new far-right||Making peace in a world at war||September, 2018|
|Down with America’s racist monuments||Brazil's soft coup||October, 2017|