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Reasons to be cheerful

Māori revival; Lighting up the slums; Uncaged beasts

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Underwater meadows

Underwater meadows

Citizens are coming to the rescue of endangered seagrass meadows.

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Radio in exile

Radio in exile

The story of Radio Inzamba, daring to report on human rights abuses, told by Giedre Steikunaite.

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Tbilisi, Dissidents Georgia

No room for dissidents

Georgia was once hailed as a ‘beacon of democracy’ by Western powers, but geopolitics and economic interests have taken priority over human rights, writes Onnik Krikorian.

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Illicit crops are still the only option for farmers like Arnulfo Perdomo. Photo: Shahidul Alam/DRIK

War on coca farmers continues

Inside the deeply-rooted economy of cocaine production and trafficking in Colombia, and how it might undermine Colombia’s peace. Bram Ebus reports.

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Men tackle domestic violence

Men tackle domestic violence

Meet the non-profit art group trying to end violence against women in Mozambique. By Rebecca Cooke.

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Introducing... Jacinda Ardern

Richard Swift profiles New Zealand/Aotearoa’s new 37-year-old Prime Minister – the country’s youngest in 150 years.

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‘Curing’ homosexuality

‘Curing’ homosexuality

LGBT+ people are still subjected to forced confinement, medication and even electric shocks to try to change their sexual orientation, writes Alessio Perrone.

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Game over for hunters in Tanzania

Game over for hunters in Tanzania

Maasai activists hope Tanzania’s newly appointed Natural Resources Minister Hamisi Kigwangalla could put an end to big-game trophy hunting, Nick Dowson writes.

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Post-Hurricane Maria, it’s a long, slow road to recovery for small-island states of the eastern Caribbean. Photo: Communications team of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit. Public Domain.

Gone with the wind

Hurricane Maria swept through Dominica, destroying 62 per cent of all dwellings and killing 57, Richard Swift reports.

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The unreported year 2017

From Ukraine to South Sudan – stories and photos from around the world that you might have missed in 2017, compiled by Kelsi Farrington

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Laughing and crying

A story of cause and effect doesn't tell us everything about the relationship between social media use and mental health, argues Marcus Gilroy-Ware.

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Young girls in Malaysia are finding a safe space in social media networks. Photo: Michael Coghlan under a CC license, adapted by Yohann Koshy

A group of one’s own

Hussein Kesvani reports on how young Muslim women are using social media to create a safe space to self-educate and share ideas.

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Seize the memes of production

A look at the role internet memes play in young people’s political conversations.

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Protestors celebrate the removal of a statue of Cecil Rhodes from the University of Cape Town, April 2015. Photo: Desmond Bowles under a CC licence

Over the rainbow

A new generation of black activists in South Africa don’t have the ‘patience’ of their parents. Chris Webb looks at how the education system has become a flashpoint of struggle.

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Reasons to be cheerful

Māori revival; Lighting up the slums; Uncaged beasts

January, 2018 509 Buy
Underwater meadows

Citizens are coming to the rescue of endangered seagrass meadows.

January, 2018 509 Buy
Radio in exile

The story of Radio Inzamba, daring to report on human rights abuses, told by Giedre Steikunaite.

Giedre Steikunaite January, 2018 509 Buy
No room for dissidents

Georgia was once hailed as a ‘beacon of democracy’ by Western powers, but geopolitics and economic interests have taken priority over human rights, writes Onnik Krikorian.

Onnik Krikorian January, 2018 509 Buy
War on coca farmers continues

Inside the deeply-rooted economy of cocaine production and trafficking in Colombia, and how it might undermine Colombia’s peace. Bram Ebus reports.

Bram Ebus January, 2018 509 Buy
Men tackle domestic violence

Meet the non-profit art group trying to end violence against women in Mozambique. By Rebecca Cooke.

Rebecca Cooke January, 2018 509 Buy
Introducing... Jacinda Ardern

Richard Swift profiles New Zealand/Aotearoa’s new 37-year-old Prime Minister – the country’s youngest in 150 years.

Richard Swift January, 2018 509 Buy
‘Curing’ homosexuality

LGBT+ people are still subjected to forced confinement, medication and even electric shocks to try to change their sexual orientation, writes Alessio Perrone.

Alessio Perrone January, 2018 509 Read
Game over for hunters in Tanzania

Maasai activists hope Tanzania’s newly appointed Natural Resources Minister Hamisi Kigwangalla could put an end to big-game trophy hunting, Nick Dowson writes.

Nick Dowson January, 2018 509 Buy
Gone with the wind

Hurricane Maria swept through Dominica, destroying 62 per cent of all dwellings and killing 57, Richard Swift reports.

Richard Swift January, 2018 509 Buy
The unreported year 2017

From Ukraine to South Sudan – stories and photos from around the world that you might have missed in 2017, compiled by Kelsi Farrington

Kelsi Farrington January, 2018 509 Read
Laughing and crying

A story of cause and effect doesn't tell us everything about the relationship between social media use and mental health, argues Marcus Gilroy-Ware.

Marcus Gilroy-Ware January, 2018 509 Buy
A group of one’s own

Hussein Kesvani reports on how young Muslim women are using social media to create a safe space to self-educate and share ideas.

Hussein Kesvani January, 2018 509 Buy
Seize the memes of production

A look at the role internet memes play in young people’s political conversations.

January, 2018 509 Buy
Over the rainbow

A new generation of black activists in South Africa don’t have the ‘patience’ of their parents. Chris Webb looks at how the education system has become a flashpoint of struggle.

Chris Webb January, 2018 509 Buy