A young dance company is tackling tough issues through its performances, as its founder Kwame Asafo-Adjei explains.
It’s not a court; it has no legal status. Yet, argues Frank Barat, the Russell Tribunal is a powerful tool for recognition and to internationalize the Palestinian struggle.
Ilaria Vecchi reports from the 3rd Arab Bloggers Meeting in Tunisia, where solidarity is key despite the Palestinians being refused entry visas.
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|How to get a handle on excessive pay||Mental health||May, 2012|
|Dancing for a change – creating awareness through art||Mental health||May, 2012|
|What is the point of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine?||The arms trade||December, 2011|
|The Kyoto protocol is in grave danger||The arms trade||December, 2011|
|Who profits from the 7 billion population frenzy?||Banking on Hunger||November, 2011|
|Chicken à la injection||Banking on Hunger||November, 2011|
|The Arab Spring bloggers come together (minus the Palestinians)||Banking on Hunger||November, 2011|
|Leave squatters alone!||The changing face of masculinity||July, 2011|
|My life at the New Internationalist co-op||The changing face of masculinity||July, 2011|
|Driving gangs off Guatemala's buses||The far right gets respectable||June, 2011|
|New Internationalist acquired by Rupert Murdoch||China - makers of the miracle||April, 2011|
|Perspectives from the frontline||Humans vs. Nature||November, 2010|
|Take One Action||A wake-up call for democracy||October, 2010|
|Manila: red roses and student blood||A wake-up call for democracy||October, 2010|
|Nigeria @50: Artists and the nation||A wake-up call for democracy||October, 2010|