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In defence of nature and local people, Mugilan has taken on plundering and polluting corporations.Photo: Sibi Arasu

Taking on the sand mafia

Hired thugs won't stop S Mugilan. The South Indian activist talks to Sibi Arasu.

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‘Women have the power,’ says Alicia Cawiya, threatened for defending Yasuní.Photo: Elle Enander/ This photo was submitted to Your Shot, National Geographic’s online photo community yourshot.nationalgeographic.com

One woman against Big Oil and patriarchy

Alicia Cawiya, an indigenous activist prepared to defy the powerful to save Ecuador’s Yasuní, talks to Linda Etchart

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New Internationalist – The Facts

We turn the focus inwards to mark our 500th edition.

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Sometimes the unarmed, but brave, have the greater power. This protester is confronting Louisiana police after the killing by police of yet another African-American youth.Photo: Jonathan Bachman/Reuters

The brave

What makes people brave? Vanessa Baird takes a look at an under-examined quality that can change the world.

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Carondelet Palace, official residence and principal workplace of the President of Ecuador.Photo: Taty2007 under a Creative Commons Licence

Ecuador votes to bar politicians from having assets in tax havens

The ‘yes’ vote wins in the first, historic referendum of its kind, writes Alessio Perrone.

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The last house to be bulldozed at the Vila Autodrom favela.© Ann Deslandes

Both hands on the spotlight for Rio’s favelas

A small NGO is trying to link local communities and international networks to help Rio’s worse-off neighbourhoods, Ann Deslandes reports.

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A still image from video taken 15 December 2016 over eastern Aleppo shows an operation to evacuate thousands of civilians and fighters in buses from Aleppo.© REUTERS/Murad Sezer

Accountability is key to peace in the Middle East

We desperately need effective bodies to promote law and due process, writes William Bell.

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The Chief with his traditional bonnet (2016).Photo: Chris Brazier

Sabtenga: modernisation knocks on the gates of tradition

Chris Brazier's full interview with François Moné, the village's latest Chief.

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Mixed Media: Books

Age of Anger by Pankaj Mishra; Ours to Hack and to Own edited by Trebor Scholz and Nathan Schneider; The Exiled by Kati Hiekkapelto; Revolution in Rojava by Michael Knapp, Anja Flach and Ercan Ayboga.

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Tunisia’s Emel – attracting considerable – and unwanted – attention.

Mixed Media: Music

Cruel Optimism by Lawrence English; Ensen by Emel.

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Mixed Media: Film

Cameraperson, directed by Kirsten Johnson; Twentieth Century Women, directed by Mike Mills.

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Mixed Media: the best of 2016

The outstanding films, music and books of the year.

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Photo: Bayan Alheji

A word with Naseema Assada

Lydia Noon talks to the Saudi women's rights activist about guardianship, Twitter hashtags, and suing the government.

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Only Planet - First contact

Only Planet - First contact

This month's cartoon from Marc Roberts.

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Taking on the sand mafia

Hired thugs won't stop S Mugilan. The South Indian activist talks to Sibi Arasu.

Sibi Arasu March, 2017 500 Buy
One woman against Big Oil and patriarchy

Alicia Cawiya, an indigenous activist prepared to defy the powerful to save Ecuador’s Yasuní, talks to Linda Etchart

Linda Etchart March, 2017 500 Buy
New Internationalist – The Facts

We turn the focus inwards to mark our 500th edition.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2017 500 Buy
‘We’ve never had a benefactor... It made sense to turn to our readers’

Alessio Perrone gets the inside story on our Community Share Offer.

Alessio Perrone, Hazel Healy March, 2017 500 Read
The brave

What makes people brave? Vanessa Baird takes a look at an under-examined quality that can change the world.

Vanessa Baird March, 2017 500 Read
Ecuador votes to bar politicians from having assets in tax havens

The ‘yes’ vote wins in the first, historic referendum of its kind, writes Alessio Perrone.

Alessio Perrone February, 2017 499 Read
Both hands on the spotlight for Rio’s favelas

A small NGO is trying to link local communities and international networks to help Rio’s worse-off neighbourhoods, Ann Deslandes reports.

Ann Deslandes January, 2017 499 Read
Accountability is key to peace in the Middle East

We desperately need effective bodies to promote law and due process, writes William Bell.

William Bell January, 2017 499 Read
Sabtenga: modernisation knocks on the gates of tradition

Chris Brazier's full interview with François Moné, the village's latest Chief.

Chris Brazier January, 2017 499 Read
Mixed Media: Books

Age of Anger by Pankaj Mishra; Ours to Hack and to Own edited by Trebor Scholz and Nathan Schneider; The Exiled by Kati Hiekkapelto; Revolution in Rojava by Michael Knapp, Anja Flach and Ercan Ayboga.

New Internationalist Editorial January, 2017 499 Read
Mixed Media: Music

Cruel Optimism by Lawrence English; Ensen by Emel.

Louise Gray January, 2017 499 Read
Mixed Media: Film

Cameraperson, directed by Kirsten Johnson; Twentieth Century Women, directed by Mike Mills.

Malcolm Lewis January, 2017 499 Read
Mixed Media: the best of 2016

The outstanding films, music and books of the year.

New Internationalist Editorial January, 2017 499 Read
A word with Naseema Assada

Lydia Noon talks to the Saudi women's rights activist about guardianship, Twitter hashtags, and suing the government.

Lydia Noon January, 2017 499 Read
Only Planet - First contact

This month's cartoon from Marc Roberts.

Marc Roberts January, 2017 499 Read