How an anti-abortion group in Brazil spreads disinformation with public cash
A São Paulo anti-abortion centre has forged lucrative ties to leading far-right political figures
Why I’ve joined the court challenge against Uganda’s anti-gay law
This genocidal law targeting queer Ugandans seeks to disown both our past and present
Published in:50.50: InvestigationArmenians accused of selling babies still work in hospitals and government
Revealed: Members of alleged illegal adoption gang that sold babies to Italy keep high-profile jobs despite charges
Let’s not mince words – the US right is racist
The NAACP has even warned against travelling to Florida because it’s ‘openly hostile’ towards people of colour
Published in:Home: InvestigationUK airlines’ new ‘sustainable’ fuels may be causing deforestation in Asia
Exclusive: Experts fear lack of industry regulation means virgin palm oil is being passed off as ‘used’ cooking oil
Published in:democraciaAbierta: NewsBrazil’s Indigenous peoples celebrate Lula but warn: more needs to be done
Brasilia’s first big Indigenous gathering since Lula took office pushed its ‘number one priority’ – land rights
Pride will be hard in America this year – but we need its joy
With bigots feeling empowered in the US, Pride events are being targeted. The queer community needs your support
Watch our new film BOOMERANG, starring Kojo Koram and Dalia Gebrial
Empire not only made the colonies. It made the unequal Britain we see today
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionLula’s progressive plans are under threat. We need him to stick with them
As Lula’s own party members vote against his policies, the stakes have never been so high
Revealed: Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ found in tap water near airports
Experts say there is no safe level of exposure to the substances, which are prevalent in firefighters’ foam
Government defies watchdog order to hand over Hancock’s Covid diaries
Department of Health and Social Care may be held in contempt of court for missing information commissioner’s deadline
Published in: Home: FeatureIs the Green Party heading for an identity crisis?
Loss of established council seats and surging support in new bases could leave the Greens at a crossroads
Mark Rowley is right – police belong nowhere near mental health crises
The police are a danger to people in mental health distress, but austerity has left the NHS unable to step in
Published in: ourEconomy: AnalysisHow Britain’s Covid support for big business entrenched inequality
We researched exec pay, shareholder dividends and wage gaps in firms that received public cash. Here’s what we found
George Floyd three years on: So many anti-racism pledges, so little progress
As Black Lives Matter protests surged after George Floyd's murder, the UK vowed to act. Three years on, it hasn't...
Could Iran’s new nuclear bunker increase the risk of an Israeli attack?
If Israel keeps its far-right government and Trump returns, chances of an attack on Iran will increase
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: NewsPotential modern slavery victims sent packing as new UK borders act bites
Experts blame Suella Braverman's borders act as stats show record number of potential victims being turned away
Covid-19 inquiry appears to distance itself from Tory-linked PR firms
Revealed: Official inquiry into the pandemic is looking for ‘new partners’ to continue work by M&C Saatchi and 23Red
Published in: oDR: AnalysisThe true toll of the Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan border conflict
Research by Human Rights Watch suggests Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan may be guilty of war crimes
Published in: 50.50: AnalysisWhy tracking anti-LGBT war crimes in Ukraine is so difficult
Victims are reluctant to report sexual violence and fear homophobia from Ukrainian authorities
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Published in: Live discussions: Live discussionWhy should you care about freedom of information?
Would better transparency give us better government? And how can we get it?
Revealed: Government’s fight to withhold evidence from Covid-19 inquiry
Headache deepens for Cabinet Office as it deems information about alleged Chequers gatherings ‘irrelevant’ to inquiry
Published in: Home: InvestigationMPs in ‘levelled up’ areas still rely on cars instead of public transport
Even government’s own junior ministers for levelling up and local transport are claiming thousands of pounds to drive
Could mandatory voting fix Northern Ireland’s dysfunctional politics?
Voters’ disengagement was clear in last week’s elections – hardly surprising after a year without a government
Police say they still need more time to investigate rape-accused Tory MP
The Conservative Party has given the MP the green light to stand for re-election despite the ongoing investigation
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionForget GDP growth, it’s sustainable wellbeing we need to aim for
An EU conference on sustainable wellbeing provided a real vision for a future that’s fairer for all