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On the frontline:  Members of the  All-Polish Women Strike blockade a far-right extremists’ march last August , in Warsaw.Photo: Janek Skarzynski/AFP/Getty Images

Polish women counter Nazis on the streets

Women are playing an essential part in fighting for civil rights in Poland, contributing to a shift in the country’s political agenda, writes Benedetta Leardini

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Arun Ghandi.Photo: Dimitri Koutsomytis

‘When people are tired of exploitation, they resort to violence’

Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, Arun Gandhi, speaks to Danielle Batist about technology, Trump, and anger as a gift.

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Indigenous rights activists after the ‘Unsettle Canada Day 150 Picnic’ in Toronto, Ontario. Photo: Mark Blinch / Reuters

No celebration of colonization

That is the demand of many First Nations people during Canada’s year-long jamboree to mark its 150th anniversary of confederation. Sian Griffiths reports.

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The spirit of creative resistence is strong in the Rio favela of Maré. But Brazil is suffering a ‘genocide’ of black youth.Photo: Vanessa Baird

‘We have a lot to teach the city’

What does ‘the state’ mean to you if you are poor or black or both? Vanessa Baird reports on life down-and-out in post-coup São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro

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Marcela’s recipe: How to make a soft coup

This dish may seem a bit challenging at first glance, but is guaranteed to impress your guests!

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Brazil already suffers a high rate of violence towards women. This activist is taking part in a campaign in Rio.Photo: Sergio Moraes  / Reuters

What's sex got to do with it?

The rights of women and minorities are receding fast since the coup.

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Indigenous people, set to be robbed of their land rights, took their protest to Brasilia – to be rebuffed by armed forces.Photo: Gregg Newton / Reuters

Grand land theft

Vanessa Baird writes on how agribusiness has mounted a coup against rural Brazilians.

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What is Brazil’s ‘Operation Car Wash’?

Is Operation Car Wash the world’s biggest corruption scandal? By Vanessa Baird

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Brazil's soft coup hardens

Vanessa Baird sets out to see how dictatorship is being rebranded in Latin America’s most populous nation.

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Why Did We Stop Growing Tall?; Frank London and the Glass House Orchestra; The Work; Wind River; The Scribe; Loot; Entertaining Mr Sloane; No is not enough: defeating the new shock politics.

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Mixed Media: Books

Mixed Media: Books

Democracy in Chains; Kingdom Cons; Art Sex Music; Don't Panic, I'm Islamic

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Wearing their oddness proudly, Colombia's gloriously unbounded Meridian Brothers.

Mixed Media: Music

¿Donde estás María?; Strangers

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Quest – a compelling, low-key US doc about patient, caring people.

Mixed Media: Films

In Between; Quest; ¿Donde estás María?

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And finally... Emel Mathlouthi

Tunisian singer Emel talks to Graeme Green about hope, helplessness and the Arab Spring.

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Polish women counter Nazis on the streets

Women are playing an essential part in fighting for civil rights in Poland, contributing to a shift in the country’s political agenda, writes Benedetta Leardini

Benedetta Leardini October, 2017 506 Buy
‘When people are tired of exploitation, they resort to violence’

Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, Arun Gandhi, speaks to Danielle Batist about technology, Trump, and anger as a gift.

Danielle Batist October, 2017 506 Buy
No celebration of colonization

That is the demand of many First Nations people during Canada’s year-long jamboree to mark its 150th anniversary of confederation. Sian Griffiths reports.

Sian Griffiths October, 2017 506 Buy
‘We have a lot to teach the city’

What does ‘the state’ mean to you if you are poor or black or both? Vanessa Baird reports on life down-and-out in post-coup São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro

Vanessa Baird October, 2017 506 Buy
Marcela’s recipe: How to make a soft coup

This dish may seem a bit challenging at first glance, but is guaranteed to impress your guests!

Vanessa Baird October, 2017 506 Buy
What's sex got to do with it?

The rights of women and minorities are receding fast since the coup.

Vanessa Baird October, 2017 506 Buy
Grand land theft

Vanessa Baird writes on how agribusiness has mounted a coup against rural Brazilians.

Vanessa Baird October, 2017 506 Buy
What is Brazil’s ‘Operation Car Wash’?

Is Operation Car Wash the world’s biggest corruption scandal? By Vanessa Baird

Vanessa Baird October, 2017 506 Buy
Brazil's soft coup hardens

Vanessa Baird sets out to see how dictatorship is being rebranded in Latin America’s most populous nation.

Vanessa Baird October, 2017 506 Buy
Also out there...

Why Did We Stop Growing Tall?; Frank London and the Glass House Orchestra; The Work; Wind River; The Scribe; Loot; Entertaining Mr Sloane; No is not enough: defeating the new shock politics.

September, 2017 505 Read
Mixed Media: Books

Democracy in Chains; Kingdom Cons; Art Sex Music; Don't Panic, I'm Islamic

September, 2017 505 Read
Mixed Media: Music

¿Donde estás María?; Strangers

September, 2017 505 Read
Mixed Media: Films

In Between; Quest; ¿Donde estás María?

September, 2017 505 Read
And finally... Emel Mathlouthi

Tunisian singer Emel talks to Graeme Green about hope, helplessness and the Arab Spring.

Graeme Green September, 2017 505 Read
Only Planet - Monopoly

Cartoon by Marc Roberts

Marc Roberts September, 2017 505 Read