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Spotlight: Anthony Joseph

Trinidadian musician Anthony Joseph tells Subi Shah about how important it is for his children to know about Windrush.

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Mixed media: music

Louise Gray reviews The Medicine Show by Melissa Etheridge and Play Wooden Child by Nodding God.

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Mixed media: film

Malcolm Lewis reviews Woman at War, directed and co-written by Benedikt Erlingsson; The Third Wife, directed and written by Ash Mayfair.

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Mixed media: books

Future Histories; I Will Never See the World Again; Days in the Caucasus; Under Red Skies.

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Agony Uncle

Ethical and political dilemmas abound these days. Seems like we’re all in need of a New Internationalist perspective. Enter stage: Agony Uncle.

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Southern Exposure: Rahmat Alizadah

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

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The Interview: Behrouz Boochani

The Kurdish-Iranian writer has been imprisoned on Manus Island – part of Australia’s notorious asylum detention network – since 2013. But that hasn’t stopped him from writing an award-winning book. Using WhatsApp, Husna Rizvi interviews Behrouz Boochani.

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The debate: is it time to quit social media?

It’s the place where you can find everything – from an academic painstakingly listing forgotten medieval words, to the rambling stream-of-consciousness of the US president. But with research showing links between its use and depression and loneliness, is it time we gave up on social media altogether?

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Cartoon History - Beyond Truth

The death of daredevil lawyer Digna Ochoa, a child of Veracruz.

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Photos, clockwise from top left: Children at the Deari elementary school in Keren; portrait of Meriem Mohammed Omer, a former practitioner of female genital mutilation who now advocates against the practice and is proud that all her granddaughters are uncut; Adanesh Gebrehiwo serves lunch to some of the 12 children living in a group home for orphans in Keren; a dry valley in the province of Anseba.Photo: GIACOMO PIROZZI/PANOS

Country profile: Eritrea

Eritrea, an abbreviation of Red Sea in Latin (Mare Erythraeum), was carved out of east Africa by the Italians.

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Spotlight: Anthony Joseph

Trinidadian musician Anthony Joseph tells Subi Shah about how important it is for his children to know about Windrush.

Subi Shah May, 2019 519 Buy
Mixed media: music

Louise Gray reviews The Medicine Show by Melissa Etheridge and Play Wooden Child by Nodding God.

Louise Gray May, 2019 519 Buy
Mixed media: film

Malcolm Lewis reviews Woman at War, directed and co-written by Benedikt Erlingsson; The Third Wife, directed and written by Ash Mayfair.

Malcolm Lewis May, 2019 519 Buy
Mixed media: books

Future Histories; I Will Never See the World Again; Days in the Caucasus; Under Red Skies.

New Internationalist Editorial May, 2019 519 Buy
What if... we regulated digital technology for the public good?

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott from Doteveryone on how to do it.

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott May, 2019 519 Buy
Agony Uncle

Ethical and political dilemmas abound these days. Seems like we’re all in need of a New Internationalist perspective. Enter stage: Agony Uncle.

Agony Uncle May, 2019 519 Buy
Big Bad World - Shaved-monkeys

Cartoon by P J Polyp.

P J Polyp May, 2019 519 Buy
Hall of Infamy: The Chakri Dynasty

Constitutional monarchs of Thailand.

New Internationalist Editorial May, 2019 519 Buy
Only Planet - No excuses

Cartoon by Marc Roberts.

Marc Roberts May, 2019 519 Buy
Southern Exposure: Rahmat Alizadah

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

Rahmat Alizadah May, 2019 519 Buy
The Interview: Behrouz Boochani

The Kurdish-Iranian writer has been imprisoned on Manus Island – part of Australia’s notorious asylum detention network – since 2013. But that hasn’t stopped him from writing an award-winning book. Using WhatsApp, Husna Rizvi interviews Behrouz Boochani.

Husna Rizvi May, 2019 519 Buy
Thoughts from a Broad

An attitude of mindlessness.

Kate Evans May, 2019 519 Buy
The debate: is it time to quit social media?

It’s the place where you can find everything – from an academic painstakingly listing forgotten medieval words, to the rambling stream-of-consciousness of the US president. But with research showing links between its use and depression and loneliness, is it time we gave up on social media altogether?

May, 2019 519 Buy
Cartoon History - Beyond Truth

The death of daredevil lawyer Digna Ochoa, a child of Veracruz.

ILYA May, 2019 519 Buy
Country profile: Eritrea

Eritrea, an abbreviation of Red Sea in Latin (Mare Erythraeum), was carved out of east Africa by the Italians.

Serge Merten May, 2019 519 Buy