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Introducing... Lenin Moreno

Ecuadorians replaced one Leftist president with another

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Copyright win for the blind

Copyright win for the blind

Report from the EU and around the world

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Le Ciel and L’Amour can rest easy at last. Before they came to Foyer Jean Paul II, a recovery centre for girls who have undergone trafficking or forced marriage in Kara, Togo, they had to sleep rough, at risk of assault, robbery and sexual abuse.Photo: Ana Palacios

To reach a place of safety

Photographer Ana Palacios documents the work to rescue and rehabilitate trafficked and abandoned children in Togo and Benin.

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When water supplies run dry in his village, Shiva Korade attempts to make a living selling sugarcane juice in nearby Pune.Photo: Fiona Broom

Lessons from the thirst economy

Conflicts over water are on the rise in India, but climate change is not the only culprit. Fiona Broom reports on a powerful water mafia that is sucking India dry.

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The flag of equality has many colours: a scene from the March of Equality, organized by LGBT and human rights activists in Kiev, Ukraine, in June 2016.Photo: Valentyn Ogirenko / Reuters

Firing up the change

The advantages of greater equality are clear – the more so as the negative effects of widening inequality in some countries become apparent. But how can we help turn the tide?

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The rich, the poor and the earth

While it is clear that equality matters in terms of health and happiness, surprising new data reveals that it is also better for the environment – in the more equal rich countries, people on average consume less, produce less waste and emit less carbon.

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When we were more equal

A few fragments from the surprising history of equality. Cartoons by Ella Furness.

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The Equality Effect

The political landscape may seem particularly bleak at present. But, if we stand back and look at the bigger picture, the dominance of rightwing populists and neoliberal policies is likely to be a temporary blip. The evidence is mounting that greater economic equality benefits all people in all societies, whether you are rich, poor or in-between. Once this is widely understood, politicians and policymakers will be forced to take note, as Danny Dorling explains.

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Mixed Media: Books

Billy Bragg's new book; Sorry to Disrupt the Peace; Breaking Sudan and others

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The People vs Arctic Oil

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Alessio Perrone July, 2017 504 Buy
Pacifism in peril, again

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Tina Burrett July, 2017 504 Buy
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Ingrid Gercama and Nathalie Bertrams July, 2017 504 Buy
Introducing... Lenin Moreno

Ecuadorians replaced one Leftist president with another

Richard Swift July, 2017 504 Buy
Roșia Montană blowback

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Alessio Perrone July, 2017 504 Buy
Copyright win for the blind

Report from the EU and around the world

Alessio Perrone, Hazel Healy July, 2017 504 Buy
Fearless cities

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Claire Fauset July, 2017 504 Buy
Copy-cat war on drugs

Report from Indonesia

Nithin Coca July, 2017 504 Buy
To reach a place of safety

Photographer Ana Palacios documents the work to rescue and rehabilitate trafficked and abandoned children in Togo and Benin.

Ana Palacios July, 2017 504 Buy
Lessons from the thirst economy

Conflicts over water are on the rise in India, but climate change is not the only culprit. Fiona Broom reports on a powerful water mafia that is sucking India dry.

July, 2017 504 Read
Firing up the change

The advantages of greater equality are clear – the more so as the negative effects of widening inequality in some countries become apparent. But how can we help turn the tide?

July, 2017 504 Buy
The rich, the poor and the earth

While it is clear that equality matters in terms of health and happiness, surprising new data reveals that it is also better for the environment – in the more equal rich countries, people on average consume less, produce less waste and emit less carbon.

July, 2017 504 Buy
When we were more equal

A few fragments from the surprising history of equality. Cartoons by Ella Furness.

July, 2017 504 Buy
The Equality Effect

The political landscape may seem particularly bleak at present. But, if we stand back and look at the bigger picture, the dominance of rightwing populists and neoliberal policies is likely to be a temporary blip. The evidence is mounting that greater economic equality benefits all people in all societies, whether you are rich, poor or in-between. Once this is widely understood, politicians and policymakers will be forced to take note, as Danny Dorling explains.

Danny Dorling July, 2017 504 Buy
Mixed Media: Books

Billy Bragg's new book; Sorry to Disrupt the Peace; Breaking Sudan and others

New Internationalist Editorial June, 2017 503 Read