Published in: Home: InvestigationUK overseas aid still invested in fossil fuels – two years after climate pledge
Revealed: Records show the FCDO’s British International Investment fund has continued to back major polluters
Published in: 50.50: OpinionEurope’s migration policies are about limiting Black freedom
OPINION: Border policies and hellish journeys are meant to control African movement in space and time
Published in: 50.50: NewsTwitter firings have ‘serious consequences’ for rights, campaigners warn
Twitter’s disbanding of its Africa office and human rights team poses a threat to information across the continent
Published in: 50.50: AnalysisWhat might the US be like post-Roe v Wade? Look at present-day Nigeria
In Nigeria, which has the world's second-highest maternal death rate, abortions carry jail terms of up to 14 years
Published in: 50.50: Feature‘I was afraid I was going to die’: Kenyan survivor of ‘conversion therapy’
Survivors of anti-LGBT ‘treatments’ in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda describe effects on their mental health, family...
Published in: 50.50: FeatureAfrican activists show how churches can make space for queer people
Undeterred by threats and claims that they are ‘un-African’, these activists are making Christianity more inclusive
Published in: 50.50: InvestigationAid donors to investigate anti-gay ‘therapy’ revealed by openDemocracy
Major NGOs that run clinics in Kenya and Tanzania also pledge action against ‘abhorrent’ practices to ‘change’...
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: AnalysisThese elections were supposed to deliver a ‘New Algeria’. So why didn't Algerians vote?
The country has just seen its lowest ever voter turnout, weakening the standing of those elected and exposing an...
Published in: digitaLibertiesWe don’t need no education? – informing the misinformed
To know that information is false, you need to dedicate time and effort to verify things. Would you have the time,...