Y7: Youth voices of the G7
Young professionals and activists address G7 world leaders - and they have a lot to say.
Japan hosts Y7 Summit
Young future leaders will gather in Tokyo to create a strong united voice on global issues. G7 world leaders: listen up
COP21: The Final Agreement is promising, but much work is still needed
History was made this weekend in Paris with the coming together of 200 countries to pledge alliance to tackle climate change together. The real work will begin after the negotiations; emissions cuts must be much more ambitious if we are to achieve non-catastrophic planetary warming.
France's state of emergency is being used to quell peaceful climate change protest in Paris
The French state of emergency has meant it is extremely difficult for protests to go ahead during the COP21 Climate negotiations - so activists are ramping up their creativity and becoming more resilient toward the prejudice and aggressiveness of state police.
Now is not the time for small steps: Why the COP21 Climate Talks in Paris are so vital
Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, and Shock Doctrine author, Naomi Klein, speak in Paris on trade unions and achieving climate justice. Whilst world leaders and representations convene in le Bourget to decide on a climate GHG limiting deal.
George's Dad: Are we becoming a fascist society?
With growing sentiment around Europe for right wing politics, and what can, quite frankly, be described as fascist tendencies, the words and action of one man I met on the train rekindled my faith in humanity.
The EU's new Free Trade deal - a full frontal attack on democracy?
The "Transatlantic Free-Trade Agreement", or "Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership", (TAFTA/TTIP) has recently concluded its second round of week-long negotiations, resulting in significant progress towards finalising the terms of the agreement.
The Problem with Orphanage Tourism
Orphanage tourism has taken off, and Melanie Rideout is sad to say that she isn't surprised.
Doing the rounds with police journalism in Brazil
Police journalism is a big business in Brazil. It's fast paced, dangerous, often gruesome and sells. Melanie Rideout investigates.
India and Pakistan: what's going on?
Mohamed Ajmal Kasab, perpetrator of the Mumbai terror attacks, represents the new bloody war of an age old animosity between India and Pakistan.
Brits abroad... getting an education?
As increasingly global graduate job market means employers value those with international experience more than ever. As a result, the past few years have seen an increased number of students in the UK going to university abroad.