Loss and damage

Save yourself. Can you?

Onlinetalk with partners and activists from Pakistan, Nigeria, Egypt and Germany about climate crisis and perspectives that still remain. Recorded on 17.11.2022 Read more

Rojava

No temporary solution

For ten years now, the Rojava project has been under attack, defended and further developed. A travelogue. Read more

Chile after the plebiscite

Invincible neoliberalism

The social movements and leftist government have suffered a crushing defeat in the face of an anti-political attitude rejecting their direction and capitalising on fears and anxieties. Read more

Declaration

Human Rights Advocacy Is Not Terrorism

medico and other German organizations take a stand against the criminalization of Palestinian civil society. Read more

documenta fifteen

Scandal or spectacle?

The anti-Semitism controversy at documenta. By Katja Maurer Read more

Climate Justice

Birds falling out of the sky

For decades droughts and floods have been an annual feature, but this time the heatwave and rain have arrived well before time, are far more frequent and intense. An analysis by Satya Sivaraman. Read more

Chile

Authoritarian Neoliberalism by Law

It is often emphasized that Chile's current constitution dates from Augusto Pinochet's military dictatorship. But what does that mean exactly? Read more

Interview

Solidary emergency aid

FemFund supports feminist, queer and anti-racist initiatives in Poland and Ukraine. We spoke with Gosia Leszko about the special nature of their aid. Read more

Interview

What Heiner Müller already knew

A conversation with medico's new Managing Director Tsafrir Cohen about erroneous East-West dichotomies, lack of historical justice and professional optimism in hard times. Read more

Interview

Climate policy against the poor

A conversation with Kenyan activist David Otieno. Read more

North East Syria

Targeted Killing

A Turkish drone attack kills Zeyneb Sarokhan and Yilmaz Şero, both responsible for medico projects in northeastern Syria. By Anita Starosta. Read more

Northeast Syria

Executioner without judge

Human rights violations in Syria have still not been dealt with legally, as access to judicial mechanisms at the international level is complicated. Read more

Ukraine war

Help where it is needed

At the borders and in Ukraine, on old and new escape routes, but also in other countries affected by the war. Read more

Covid-19

Lessons from the pandemic

The Corona crisis has caused suffering around the world. At the same time, it has exposed the plight of health care and the misery of global cooperation. What needs to be done? Experts and activists draw health policy conclusions Read more

Commentary

Don’t let yourself be put in a category

A world in disarray remains unpredictable. How should we live in this paradox? Here is one approach. Read more

Syria

Landmark ruling

The head of a Syrian torture prison is convicted by a Koblenz court. An interview with the lawyer Anwar al Bunni about this success on the part of the diaspora. Read more

Loss and damage

Save yourself. Can you?

Onlinetalk with partners and activists from Pakistan, Nigeria, Egypt and Germany about climate crisis and perspectives that still remain. Recorded on 17.11.2022 Read more

Interview

What Heiner Müller already knew

A conversation with medico's new Managing Director Tsafrir Cohen about erroneous East-West dichotomies, lack of historical justice and professional optimism in hard times. Read more

Rojava

No temporary solution

For ten years now, the Rojava project has been under attack, defended and further developed. A travelogue. Read more

Interview

Climate policy against the poor

A conversation with Kenyan activist David Otieno. Read more

Chile after the plebiscite

Invincible neoliberalism

The social movements and leftist government have suffered a crushing defeat in the face of an anti-political attitude rejecting their direction and capitalising on fears and anxieties. Read more

North East Syria

Targeted Killing

A Turkish drone attack kills Zeyneb Sarokhan and Yilmaz Şero, both responsible for medico projects in northeastern Syria. By Anita Starosta. Read more

Declaration

Human Rights Advocacy Is Not Terrorism

medico and other German organizations take a stand against the criminalization of Palestinian civil society. Read more

Northeast Syria

Executioner without judge

Human rights violations in Syria have still not been dealt with legally, as access to judicial mechanisms at the international level is complicated. Read more

documenta fifteen

Scandal or spectacle?

The anti-Semitism controversy at documenta. By Katja Maurer Read more

Ukraine war

Help where it is needed

At the borders and in Ukraine, on old and new escape routes, but also in other countries affected by the war. Read more

Climate Justice

Birds falling out of the sky

For decades droughts and floods have been an annual feature, but this time the heatwave and rain have arrived well before time, are far more frequent and intense. An analysis by Satya Sivaraman. Read more

Covid-19

Lessons from the pandemic

The Corona crisis has caused suffering around the world. At the same time, it has exposed the plight of health care and the misery of global cooperation. What needs to be done? Experts and activists draw health policy conclusions Read more

Chile

Authoritarian Neoliberalism by Law

It is often emphasized that Chile's current constitution dates from Augusto Pinochet's military dictatorship. But what does that mean exactly? Read more

Commentary

Don’t let yourself be put in a category

A world in disarray remains unpredictable. How should we live in this paradox? Here is one approach. Read more

Interview

Solidary emergency aid

FemFund supports feminist, queer and anti-racist initiatives in Poland and Ukraine. We spoke with Gosia Leszko about the special nature of their aid. Read more

Syria

Landmark ruling

The head of a Syrian torture prison is convicted by a Koblenz court. An interview with the lawyer Anwar al Bunni about this success on the part of the diaspora. Read more