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‘This is cultural genocide’

‘This is cultural genocide’

Indigenous communities in Colombia refuse to occupy an empty space in history, and believe their very cultural survival is at stake, reports Hazel Healy.

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‘Your example lights the way for a new dawn,’ reads this monument in La Higuera. Photo: © Julio Etchart – 2017

On the trail of Che

A wave of nostalgia is sweeping Latin America as the 50th anniversary of the death of Che Guevara approaches. Julio Etchart follows the ‘Che route’ to the remote spot where the revolutionary icon was executed.

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Police come up behind a protester opposed to the Tintaya Copper mine in 2012. Their violence later resulted in three deaths. Photo: Miguel Gutierrez

When the police are paid by the mine

Stephanie Boyd reports on a growing trend of private corporations hiring public law enforcers to protect their interests.

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 Illustration: Belle Mellor

Deliver us from Venus and Mars

Newspapers love to dish up stories of inherent differences between the sexes because we lap them up. Gavin Evans reflects on why we are still so susceptible.

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Education against the odds. Yemeni children attend classs in a school building damaged by a Saudi-led air strike in Taez. Photo: Ahmad Al-Basha/AFP/Getty Images

Education otherwise

The world is full of extraordinary schools. We feature three inspirational stories about courageous teachers, second-chance education and progressive pedagogy in Yemen, South Sudan and Colombia.

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Mistaking high test scores in China as a measure of quality, the West has adopted an exam-orientated system. Image: Song Dynasty print under a CC Licence

Fatal attraction

Why is the West racing to copy Asia’s education system as fast as the East scrambles to reform it? Yong Zhao takes to task an unhealthy and deluded romanticization of education.

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Education by e-book? A teacher and her class at low-cost private school  Bridge in Mpigi, Uganda. Photo: Jon Rosenthal/Alamy

Between a shark and the deep sea

Can a US chain of profit-making schools really help the poor? Patience Akumu reports on the impact of Bridge academies in Uganda.

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 Illustration: Marc Nipp

Will Google take over the classroom?

Silicon Valley types say that with enough data, they can ‘fix’ education. Where are the teachers in this grand plan? asks Tamasin Cave.

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 Education for all – The facts

Education for all – The facts

A snapshot of progress, setbacks and future prospects

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Indigenous children are disproportionately left behind. Photo: Hugh Stitton / Corbis / Getty Images

Leave no-one behind?

An update on progress towards the dream of universal education

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A child practises writing the days of the week on the wall of her house in Meme, Cameroon.  Photo: Chris de Bode / Panos

Back to the drawing board

The Right has captured education all over the world. Hazel Healy makes the case for how to do things differently.

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A portrait of Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) female leader Bese Hozat.

‘Freedom can’t be contained by a wall’

In an explosive interview to New Internationalist, the Kurdish female leader Bese Hozat opens up about peace, the party’s view on the region and the independence referendum in South Kurdistan, and accuses Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the West to have incubated Isis. By Karlos Zurutuza.

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Villainous viscose

Fast fashion around the world.

Kelsi Farrington September, 2017 505 Read
No more arms for Saudis?

Report from the UK / Middle East.

Eliza Egret & Tom Anderson September, 2017 505 Read
Lives trampled in Lagos

Report from Nigeria

Linus Unah September, 2017 505 Read
‘This is cultural genocide’

Indigenous communities in Colombia refuse to occupy an empty space in history, and believe their very cultural survival is at stake, reports Hazel Healy.

Hazel Healy September, 2017 505 Read
On the trail of Che

A wave of nostalgia is sweeping Latin America as the 50th anniversary of the death of Che Guevara approaches. Julio Etchart follows the ‘Che route’ to the remote spot where the revolutionary icon was executed.

Julio Etchart September, 2017 505 Read
When the police are paid by the mine

Stephanie Boyd reports on a growing trend of private corporations hiring public law enforcers to protect their interests.

Stephanie Boyd September, 2017 505 Read
Deliver us from Venus and Mars

Newspapers love to dish up stories of inherent differences between the sexes because we lap them up. Gavin Evans reflects on why we are still so susceptible.

Gavin Evans September, 2017 505 Read
Education otherwise

The world is full of extraordinary schools. We feature three inspirational stories about courageous teachers, second-chance education and progressive pedagogy in Yemen, South Sudan and Colombia.

September, 2017 505 Read
Fatal attraction

Why is the West racing to copy Asia’s education system as fast as the East scrambles to reform it? Yong Zhao takes to task an unhealthy and deluded romanticization of education.

Yong Zhao September, 2017 505 Read
Between a shark and the deep sea

Can a US chain of profit-making schools really help the poor? Patience Akumu reports on the impact of Bridge academies in Uganda.

Patience Akumu September, 2017 505 Read
Will Google take over the classroom?

Silicon Valley types say that with enough data, they can ‘fix’ education. Where are the teachers in this grand plan? asks Tamasin Cave.

Tamasin Cave September, 2017 505 Read
Education for all – The facts

A snapshot of progress, setbacks and future prospects

September, 2017 505 Read
Leave no-one behind?

An update on progress towards the dream of universal education

September, 2017 505 Read
Back to the drawing board

The Right has captured education all over the world. Hazel Healy makes the case for how to do things differently.

Hazel Healy September, 2017 505 Read
‘Freedom can’t be contained by a wall’

In an explosive interview to New Internationalist, the Kurdish female leader Bese Hozat opens up about peace, the party’s view on the region and the independence referendum in South Kurdistan, and accuses Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the West to have incubated Isis. By Karlos Zurutuza.

Karlos Zurutuza August, 2017 504 Read