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Girls for girls

Girls for girls

Defying the Taliban’s resurgent war on women.

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The colour of wine

The colour of wine

In recent years, black wine growers, distillers’ and drinkers have been staking their claim on the industry.

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Democratic transition upended: a demonstrator protests the renewed prospect of military rule in Khartoum, Sudan, October 2021. Photo: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters

Rolling coup

When will Sudan's military hand back power?

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Who will protect the land?

Who will protect the land?

Hazel Sheffield explores how the history of failed land reform in Colombia threatens both people and planet. Illustrations by Léo Hamelin.

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Ladi (left), pictured with a relative, a Congolese Mavrovouni resident is feeling the pressure. Photo: Sebastian Skov Andersen

Rule of silence

A hard-line regime in Greek refugee camps is making life harder for the migrants within them, as well as aid workers who want to help. Sebastian Skov Andersen and Gabriel Geiger report.

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How British colonizers caused the Bengal famine

The mass starvation that killed three million Indians during the closing years of the Second World War was no act of nature; it was engineered. Britain must face up to this crime, says Jason Hickel.

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Solidarity from the street: a march takes place in Ramallah, West Bank in support of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike against their administrative detention by Israel. Photo: Ahmad Al-Bazz/Activestills

Prisoners of occupation

Palestinians continue to be brutalized in Israeli jails, despite international criticism. Kasturi Chakraborty speaks to prisoners’ families about their struggles.

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Dale Farm has become a famous site for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities – as well as for violent evictions at the hands of police. As part of the Drive2Survive campaign, this summer protesters visited the site to stand in opposition to the UK’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, which is set to place further criminal curbs on travelling people. Photo: Huw Powell

The ground beneath our feet

Jake Bowers argues for the rights of travelling peoples to live and move through the landscapes they call home.

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‘It’s a liberation struggle for us’

‘It’s a liberation struggle for us’

After centuries of government exclusion a new generation of Romani activists is fighting back. Conrad Landin profiles three campaigners leading the charge. Illustrations: Jason Ngai.

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A Roma woman demonstrates outside Ostrava Municipal Hospital in the Czech Republic on 11 September 2020. She is taking part in a demonstration calling for the enactment of a law to compensate women who were unlawfully sterilised. Photo: Vladimir Prycek/CTK Photo/Alamy

‘They will take my daughters’

Europe has a dark history of policing Roma women’s wombs. Cyrine Sinti investigates attempts to redress forced sterilization in the Czech Republic.

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The Czechoslovak photographer Josef Koudelka began capturing the lives of Roma across Europe. After photographing the events of the Prague Spring in 1968, Koudelka re-located to the UK, and continued his Gypsies series in countries including France and Spain. His book Gypsies was published in 1975 and re-published in an expanded edition in 2019 (Thames & Hudson). Czechoslovakia, 1967. Photo: Magnum/Josef Koudelka

Go west

Yaron Matras examines the evolution of language and culture during the Roma’s 1,000 year journey from the Indian sub-continent to modern day Europe.

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Roma in Europe - The Facts

From substandard housing to segregated schools, anti-Roma discrimination has far-reaching effects across Europe.

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Action & info

Action & info

Campaigns, groups, media, and further reading on Roma.

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A Romani mother and daughter in Hajduhadhaz, eastern Hungary, 22 March 2011. The town’s Romani population has been subjected to vigilante patrols at the hands of Hungary’s far-right Jobbik party, which came second in the 2018 parliamentary elections. Photo: Bernadett Szabo/Reuters

Do Romani lives matter?

When Stanislav Tomáš died in police custody in similar circumstances to George Floyd, the world quickly moved on. Conrad Landin goes to the Czech Republic in search of answers.

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Girls for girls

Defying the Taliban’s resurgent war on women.

January, 2022 535 Buy
The colour of wine

In recent years, black wine growers, distillers’ and drinkers have been staking their claim on the industry.

Kudakwashe Magezi January, 2022 535 Buy
Introducing... Jonas Gahr Støre

Norway’s newly elected prime minster.

January, 2022 535 Buy
Rolling coup

When will Sudan's military hand back power?

Enas Magzoub January, 2022 535 Buy
Who will protect the land?

Hazel Sheffield explores how the history of failed land reform in Colombia threatens both people and planet. Illustrations by Léo Hamelin.

Hazel Sheffield January, 2022 535 Buy
Rule of silence

A hard-line regime in Greek refugee camps is making life harder for the migrants within them, as well as aid workers who want to help. Sebastian Skov Andersen and Gabriel Geiger report.

Sebastian Skov Andersen and Gabriel Geiger January, 2022 535 Buy
How British colonizers caused the Bengal famine

The mass starvation that killed three million Indians during the closing years of the Second World War was no act of nature; it was engineered. Britain must face up to this crime, says Jason Hickel.

Jason Hickel January, 2022 535 Buy
Prisoners of occupation

Palestinians continue to be brutalized in Israeli jails, despite international criticism. Kasturi Chakraborty speaks to prisoners’ families about their struggles.

Kasturi Chakraborty January, 2022 535 Buy
The ground beneath our feet

Jake Bowers argues for the rights of travelling peoples to live and move through the landscapes they call home.

Jake Bowers January, 2022 535 Buy
‘It’s a liberation struggle for us’

After centuries of government exclusion a new generation of Romani activists is fighting back. Conrad Landin profiles three campaigners leading the charge. Illustrations: Jason Ngai.

Conrad Landin January, 2022 535 Buy
‘They will take my daughters’

Europe has a dark history of policing Roma women’s wombs. Cyrine Sinti investigates attempts to redress forced sterilization in the Czech Republic.

Cyrine Sinti January, 2022 535 Buy
Go west

Yaron Matras examines the evolution of language and culture during the Roma’s 1,000 year journey from the Indian sub-continent to modern day Europe.

Yaron Matras January, 2022 535 Buy
Roma in Europe - The Facts

From substandard housing to segregated schools, anti-Roma discrimination has far-reaching effects across Europe.

January, 2022 535 Buy
Action & info

Campaigns, groups, media, and further reading on Roma.

January, 2022 535 Buy
Do Romani lives matter?

When Stanislav Tomáš died in police custody in similar circumstances to George Floyd, the world quickly moved on. Conrad Landin goes to the Czech Republic in search of answers.

Conrad Landin January, 2022 535 Buy