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Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi is an investigative reporter and editor, twice shortlised for the Orwell Prize. Read her investigations here.
From Gareth Myatt to Jimmy Mubenga to Rashan Charles – the UK Black Lives Matter protests recall injustices closer to home.
In a refugee camp in Ethiopia, women struggle with limited choices and a life in limbo.
The death of Amir Siman-Tov in Colnbrook immigration removal centre raises questions about the purpose of British detention policy. Who is being detained and why?
Challenging permanent austerity must be a feminist cause; the results of not doing so are already playing out in the lives of the poorest women.
The experiences of migrants and refugees in Calais are important because they dispel the myths we perpetuate when we talk about immigration.
The recent summit in London has grabbed headlines, but whether we have now reached a turning point in the fight to end sexual violence in conflict remains to be seen.
The government’s punitive measures have made it harder to get out of poverty. And austerity is making it worse.