THE BIG STORY
15 The land is ours
- It brings power and wealth to whoever holds it, but land should be treated as a public good, argues Amy Hall.
22 Land – THE FACTS
23 Unwanted attraction
- As the Bangladesh government promotes tourism in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Indigenous Jumma people are being squeezed out. Hana Shams Ahmed reports.
- Land Back Riley Yesno explores some of the ways the Indigenous-led movement is redistributing land and wealth in North America.
30 For whose protection?
- global target to expand protected areas for conservation been dubbed the ‘biggest land grab in history’ by Indigenous groups. Amy Hall examines why.
- Nice little earner Maria Luisa Mendonça and Daniela Stefan explain how a teachers’ pension fund has helped drive intensive agriculture and real estate speculation in Brazil.
- Roads for the rich, tents for the poor Nearly a year on from mass evictions in the Mukuru kwa Njenga settlement, Amy Hall hears from social justice activist Anami Daudi Toure about his community’s fight for justice.
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- Letter from Buenos Aires Virginia Tognola’s sympathy for a sweaty Santa as the festive season heats up.
40 Country Profile: Myanmar
- Cartoon History – The Malayan Emergency Ilya’s graphic re-telling of ‘Britain’s Vietnam’.
- Southern Exposure Photographer Gabriel Tejada snaps a performer preparing for Peru’s biggest carnival.
- Aruna Chandrasekhar argues that we need to keep one eye on the ‘other COP’.
- The Interview Mohamad Hafez discusses art, architecture and his nostalgia for Syria with Louisa Waugh.
- Hall of Infamy – Paul Kagame Being the vanquisher of the génocidaires and darling of the West hasn’t curbed the Rwandan leader’s tyrannical tendencies.
- The Puzzler
- Who qualifies for an ‘exhibition of contemporary working class art’? Our Agony Uncle weighs in.
- Electricity were not for sale? Nick Dowson imagines a different kind of energy system.