THE BIG STORY
I C T U R E S
I M O N T O W N S L E Y/ PA N O S P
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.
26 Land Back
Riley Yesno explores some of the ways the Indigenous-led movement is redistributing land and wealth in North America.
DE COL ONIZE HOW?
30 For whose protection?
A global target to expand protected areas for conservation been dubbed the ‘biggest land grab in history’ by Indigenous groups. Amy Hall examines why.
32 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.
36 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.
Stories making the news 8 The Commonwealth after the Queen Plus: Borderlines 9 Introducing: William Ruto Plus: Seriously? 10 Corporate warfare in Panama Challenging Ukraine’s anti-union laws Plus: Inequality Watch Plus: Sign of the Times Flooding and debt in Pakistan 12 Defying big pharma Plus: Open Window 13 Will COP27 be any different? Plus: Reasons to be cheerful
REGULARS 6 Letters
Plus: Why I… 7 Letter from Buenos Aires
Virginia Tognola’s sympathy for a sweaty Santa as the festive season heats up.
40 Country Profile: Myanmar
42 Cartoon History – The Malayan Emergency
Ilya’s graphic re-telling of ‘Britain’s Vietnam’.
51 Southern Exposure
Photographer Gabriel Tejada snaps a performer preparing for Peru’s biggest carnival.
53 Temperature Check
Aruna Chandrasekhar argues that we need to keep one eye on the ‘other COP’.
54 The Interview
Mohamad Hafez discusses art, architecture and his nostalgia for Syria with Louisa Waugh.
72 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.
80 The Puzzler
81 Agony Uncle
Who qualifies for an ‘exhibition of contemporary working class art’? Our Agony Uncle weighs in.
82 What if…
Electricity were not for sale? Nick Dowson imagines a different kind of energy system.
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