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Alona Ferber is Special Projects Editor at the New Statesman.
The former Australian PM and chair of the Global Partnership for Education on making the world a more equal place for men and women, from school to the workplace.
The former prime minister may have lost the argument on Brexit, but now he is making the case for fighting terrorist violence through education reform. Will anyone sign up?
In an in-depth interview, the former prime minister discusses Europe, how Labour can recover, the future of the left, and extremism.
A British teenager has been convicted of “causing public nuisance” for fabricating a rape claim in Cyprus. But she, and many women supporting her, maintain she was telling the truth.
A chilling trend of offences against British Jews is also reflected in the US and across Europe.
Deadlocked by many of the same factors as Britain's, Israel's electoral system may offer a glimpse of our political future.
Young people have been calling for action on the environment all year. With the UK voting this week, they urge politicians – and the electorate – to listen to them.
The Women’s Equality Party knows it doesn’t have much hope of gaining a seat on 12 December, so it is instead campaigning with a focus on ending gender-based violence. But can women compete with Brexit?
Danielle Rowley, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Climate Justice and Green Jobs, discusses a key battleground for the general election.
The fears of Britain's Jews are very real and are part of a broader politicisation of minorities.