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The new EU Commission must lead the fight against modern slavery


The new political momentum around modern slavery should not lead the EU to rest on its laurels

The rise of China's workers movement

The rise of China’s workers movement


Han Dongfang: Change maybe slow in coming, but eventually China’s workers’ movement will have a powerful impact

The UN General Assembly: a cacophony of noise and hope

The UN General Assembly: a cacophony of noise and hope


Jay Naidoo: Enough of celebrity activism that produces 30-second soundbites – real activism is hard work

EPAs, the EU and ACP – an uneven partnership

EPAs, the EU and ACP – an uneven partnership


Marc Maes: The EU’s ‘1 October’ threat had its desired outcome

President Obama's broken promise on undocumented migrants

President Obama’s broken promise on undocumented migrants


David Bacon: The US spends more on immigration enforcement than all other law enforcement programmes combined

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Kenyan government moves to combat migrant worker abuse in the Gulf


“Why would you torture and kill a young woman who was only trying to make a better life for herself and her daughter?”

On a remote Greek island, Syrians find refuge

On a remote Greek island, Syrians find refuge


The small Greek island of Tilos has become a temporary refuge to hundreds of Syrians fleeing war and persecution

Mayotte: home to the “biggest marine cemetery in the world”

Mayotte: home to the “biggest marine cemetery in the world”


“Comoros is the meat, and France is the knife”

Are laws and certification enough to stop illegal deforestation?

Are laws and certification enough to stop illegal deforestation?


Enforcement is critical to ensure the laws do reduce illegal timber trade. And so is evidence.

Turkey: growing tension erupts in sporadic violence against Syrian refugees

Turkey: growing tension erupts in sporadic violence against Syrian refugees


“There’s high tension now and it’s going to get worse”