|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.
|Tjeerd Royaards||December, 2016||498||Read|
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|