|P Sainath's people's archive of rural India||
The journalist talks to Charukesi Ramadurai about recording the stories of everyday people and his hopes for India’s future.
|Only Planet - Bubble||
Cartoon by Marc Roberts
|Marc Roberts||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Big Bad World - Democracy||
The latest cartoon from Polyp.
|P J Polyp||April, 2017||501||Buy|
Pedro X Molina from Nicaragua with ‘American Honeymoon’.
|Pedro X Molina||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Country Profile: Cambodia||
Both cash flow and political power have remained concentrated in Cambodia, writes Zoe Holman.
|Zoe Holman||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Scratchy Lines - Growth||
by Simon Kneebone.
|Simon Kneebone||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Standstill - Letter from Cochabamba||
Her travel plans thwarted, Amy Booth reflects on a very Bolivian way of drawing attention to grievances.
|Amy Booth||April, 2017||501||Buy|
Praise, blame and all points in between? Your feedback published in the April 2017 magazine.
|The laws won’t work.||
There is no country in the world that has a proud history of men making great laws about women’s bodies, writes Kate Smurthwaite.
|Kate Smurthwaite||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|When sanctuary is resistance||
In the United States in the 1980s, the simple act of providing refuge became a form of civil disobedience, writes Mark Engler.
|Mark Engler||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Reasons to be cheerful||
Bhutan goes negative; Pakistan’s trans rights; United communities
|March for Aleppo||
Citizens from across Europe are retracing the footsteps of refugees by walking from Germany to Syria, writes Lydia Noon.
|Lydia Noon||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Murders most foul in Mexico||
Systematic murders of activists, particularly environmentalists, often fly under the radar, says Richard Swift.
|Richard Swift||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Challenging deportation in Britain||
There have been reports of violence and mistreatment of detainees on board charter flights, and campaigners report inadequate independent monitoring, reports Amy Hall.
|Amy Hall||April, 2017||501||Buy|
|Flamingos under fire in Iraq||
In the absence of deterrent laws or decisive action by the authorities, hunters are killing the migrant birds on a large scale, reports Robert Ewan.
|Robert Ewan||April, 2017||501||Buy|