The world is turning its back on Syrian refugees. In Britain, a scant 200 children have been admitted after the closure of the infamous Calais Jungle. Britain can do better, argues Philippa Willits.
Migrants in Britain are taking on xenophobia with #OneDayWithoutUs, reminding Britons of everything they do for the UK.
Charley Pattison, the Green Party spokesperson for Justice, talks to Global Comment about Theresa May’s promise to scrap the Human Rights Act and what it means for Britain.
Trans kids just want to have a wee: Why are cis adults making it so hard?
You can pray, or you can respond. Or you can do both, and fight to make a difference in the world.
Kim Jung-un’s North Korea is a nation of human rights violations, poverty, lavish displays of wealth, and strange contradictions. The horrors endured by citizens deemed “disloyal” are nearly unbelievable, but the global community hasn’t acted. Why?
When Joko Widodo took office, people thought Indonesia’s hardline policy on drugs might change. That hasn’t happened yet — and it’s creating a social disaster.
On the night of 24th March 1976, a coup led by the Chiefs of the Armed Forces (Army, Navy, and Aviation) deposed Isabel Perón’s Government and started the self-proclaimed “Process of National Reorganization” (PRN), with the official aim of pacifying the country and revitalizing the drained economy. 7 years later, pressed by the demands of …
Get the story behind BART’s Twitter, a strange cause of suicide in an Australian soldier, striking hospital workers, and more.
The Flint water crisis has the possibility of reinventing how we understand food in the United States.