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Illustration by Sarah John.

The kind and the curious

Amy Booth finds her feet – and friends – in Bolivia.

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Open Window December 2016

With guest cartoonist Tjeerd Royaards from the Netherlands.

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Letters

Letters

Feedback from our readers.

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Sexism A and sexism B

There's accidental sexism, and then there's persistent misogyny, writes Kate Smurthwaite.

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Photo: Daniel Gluskoter/Associated Press

Acts of conscience on bended knee

Mark Engler reflects on how one man's protest made waves around the US.

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Mimicking the global super-rich at an anti-tax-haven demo in Trafalgar Square during May’s Global Anti-Corruption Summit.Photo: Neil Hall/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Ending the offshore bonanza

There are ways to change the irresponsible system of tax avoidance, as Niko Block demonstrates.

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#BankBlack: Black-owned banking in the US

#BankBlack: Black-owned banking in the US

Black Americans are turning to economic empowerment in response to a spate of highly publicized police killings, writes Tom Lawson

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Cold comfort for Roma in France

Cold comfort for Roma in France

An estimated 20,000 Roma migrants in France have fled poverty and discrimination in Eastern Europe. Morgan Meaker reports.

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Photo: Christian Aid/Matt Gonzelez-Noda

Burma’s refugees still don’t feel safe

The Burmese government has begun discussions with Thailand about repatriating refugees from camps across the border. Melanie Hargreaves reports.

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Indians and Pakistanis forge online friendship

But in this increasingly jingoistic climate there is a growing number of citizens who dare to call for a peaceful solution. Nimisha Jaiswal reports.

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British parents boycott school census

British parents boycott school census

Parents have boycotted a school census to protect against administrators being ‘turned into border guards’ by the government, Amy Hall writes.

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Re-Introducing Ali Bongo Ondimba

The ‘re-election’ of Ali Bongo to a second Presidential term in Gabon is an all too familiar story for an African continent, writes Richard Swift.

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White cucumbers return to Palestine

White cucumbers return to Palestine

An Heirloom Seed Library is rescuing ancient agricultural knowledge in Palestine’s West Bank, Giedre Steikunaite writes.

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Slow justice in Peru

Slow justice in Peru

Thousands of families whose loved ones died or disappeared during Peru’s two-decades-long war with Maoist Shining Path guerrillas are one step closer to finding closure and compensation. Roxana Olivera reports.

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The kind and the curious

Amy Booth finds her feet – and friends – in Bolivia.

Amy Booth December, 2016 498 Read
Open Window December 2016

With guest cartoonist Tjeerd Royaards from the Netherlands.

Tjeerd Royaards December, 2016 498 Read
Letters

Feedback from our readers.

New Internationalist Editorial December, 2016 498 Read
Sexism A and sexism B

There's accidental sexism, and then there's persistent misogyny, writes Kate Smurthwaite.

Kate Smurthwaite December, 2016 498 Read
Acts of conscience on bended knee

Mark Engler reflects on how one man's protest made waves around the US.

Mark Engler December, 2016 498 Read
Reasons to be Cheerful

Tom Lawson December, 2016 498 Read
Ending the offshore bonanza

There are ways to change the irresponsible system of tax avoidance, as Niko Block demonstrates.

Niko Block December, 2016 498 Read
#BankBlack: Black-owned banking in the US

Black Americans are turning to economic empowerment in response to a spate of highly publicized police killings, writes Tom Lawson

Tom Lawson December, 2016 498 Read
Cold comfort for Roma in France

An estimated 20,000 Roma migrants in France have fled poverty and discrimination in Eastern Europe. Morgan Meaker reports.

Morgan Meaker December, 2016 498 Read
Burma’s refugees still don’t feel safe

The Burmese government has begun discussions with Thailand about repatriating refugees from camps across the border. Melanie Hargreaves reports.

Melanie Hargreaves December, 2016 498 Read
Indians and Pakistanis forge online friendship

But in this increasingly jingoistic climate there is a growing number of citizens who dare to call for a peaceful solution. Nimisha Jaiswal reports.

Nimisha Jaiswal December, 2016 498 Read
British parents boycott school census

Parents have boycotted a school census to protect against administrators being ‘turned into border guards’ by the government, Amy Hall writes.

Amy Hall December, 2016 498 Read
Re-Introducing Ali Bongo Ondimba

The ‘re-election’ of Ali Bongo to a second Presidential term in Gabon is an all too familiar story for an African continent, writes Richard Swift.

Richard Swift December, 2016 498 Read
White cucumbers return to Palestine

An Heirloom Seed Library is rescuing ancient agricultural knowledge in Palestine’s West Bank, Giedre Steikunaite writes.

Giedre Steikunaite December, 2016 498 Read
Slow justice in Peru

Thousands of families whose loved ones died or disappeared during Peru’s two-decades-long war with Maoist Shining Path guerrillas are one step closer to finding closure and compensation. Roxana Olivera reports.

Roxana Olivera December, 2016 498 Read