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“A minimum wage isn’t a long-term solution for a long-term care crisis”


Michelle Chen: Homecare workers need good salaries, union representation and industry oversight

You can't talk about water without talking about democracy

You can’t talk about water without talking about democracy


Pablo Sanchez: Ignoring the Irish and Greek water movements is typical of those who put innovation before democracy

Minding the gender gap in the digital economy

Minding the gender gap in the digital economy


Yvonne Lott: Digitalisation should not be treated as a gender-neutral process that is naturally beneficial for all employees

IS and climate change – an inconvenient truth for Republicans

IS and climate change – an inconvenient truth for Republicans


Juan Cole: The Middle East is in the crosshairs of climate change

Never again: it's time to ban nuclear weapons

Never again: it’s time to ban nuclear weapons


Beatrice Fihn: As long as nuclear weapons are seen as important and legitimate, it will encourage proliferation and maintenance of current arsenals

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France’s pork crisis: symptomatic of an unsustainable agricultural model


For 30 years, the agricultural sector has been caught in a web of cyclical crises, and yet the industrial model in place since 1945 has not been called into question

Dutch divided over basic income pilot

Dutch divided over basic income pilot


What’s going on? Is Utrecht introducing a basic income experiment or not?

Jamaica's sugar job losses signal an industry at a crossroads

Jamaica’s sugar job losses signal an industry at a crossroads


Jamaica’s sugar industry is attempting to weather a perfect storm of high production costs, a two-year drought and low price forecasts

The UN draws a purple line in Syria

The UN draws a purple line in Syria


Two years after the Ghouta sarin-gas attack, chemical attacks in Syria are increasing, in spite of all the UN resolutions.

In Cambodia, the path to 'clean sugar' is still paved with delays

In Cambodia, the path to ’clean sugar’ is still paved with delays


Cambodian farmers struggle to survive after land grab by sugar giants