What’s up with biomass gasification?

[responsivevoice_button] Almuth Ernsting from the campaign group Biofuelwatch looks at biomass

Struggles for autonomy in Kurdistan

[responsivevoice_button] Kurdistan is currently divided between four countries: Iraq, Iran, Syria

From Fascist to anti-militarist: An interview with a Turkish ex-soldier

[responsivevoice_button] By Tom Anderson and Eliza Egret Yannis Vasilis Yaylalı was

Bail conditions used as a tool to limit political dissent: An interview with Pete Simpson

[responsivevoice_button] This is an interview with Pete Simpson, an anarchist activist

Democratic confederalism in Kurdistan

[responsivevoice_button] Lead photo caption: A commune meeting in Amude in Rojava’s

‘They stole my childhood’: The trauma of being a Kurdish child in the 1990s in Turkey

[responsivevoice_button] Lead photo caption: Children attending a demonstation in the cemetery

International arms companies make a killing in Turkey: a case study of the Roboski Massacre

[responsivevoice_button] Lead Photo: Servet Encü in the village where he was

Apartheid in the fields: From occupied Palestine to UK Supermarkets

[responsivevoice_button] Israeli agricultural export companies are profiting from the Israeli colonisation

Five Quarter down, Cluff next?

[responsivevoice_button] Five Quarter down, Cluff next? Campaigners are celebrating the news

Turkey’s bloodiest massacre and displacement of the Kurds since the 1990s is happening now

[responsivevoice_button] Photo caption: Kurşunlu mosque in Amed. Damage is from bombardment

Palestinian solidarity for parents

[responsivevoice_button] Demolition of a home in East Jerusalem, as depicted by

How can we destroy capitalism?

[responsivevoice_button] Corporate Watch’s new publication, ‘Capitalism, What is it and how

Cancun’s mangrove swamp destroyed for building complex

[responsivevoice_button] An update on Almudena Serpis’ previous article on the importance

Women on the frontlines of Kurdish struggles: An interview with JİNHA women’s news agency

[responsivevoice_button] In 2015, Corporate Watch visited Bakur (meaning ‘North’ in Kurmanji),

What to make of COP21?

[responsivevoice_button] A couple of grassroots activists who are members of the