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  1. "Atlas of Migration in Europe" - new book
  2. "Development pornography" - using photos to get people to give money to charity
  3. "I made the decision to be free or die"
  4. "Our language is our soul" - saving Aymara
  5. "Radical phonology"
  6. "Really active" learners
  7. "Seeds of change" - fighting against global hunger
  8. "The beach is for tourists" - Vietnamese workers can't enjoy the sun
  9. "We cannot have democracy without freedom from fossil fuels"
  10. $500,000 a week? For kicking a football?
  11. '''CONSERVATION - GOOD OR BAD?''' - 2 hr Intermediate + lesson (from March / April Issue 524) - including reading, speaking, vocabulary and writing (formal letter / error correction / use of contrastive linkers)
  12. '''Index to Ready Lessons by Grammar..'''. ''coming soon''
  13. '''THE AIR WE BREATHE''' - 2 hr Intermediate + lesson (from May / June Issue 525) - including reading, speaking, vocabulary, grammar (contrastive linkers), and writing
  14. '''WHO TO SAVE..'''.- a 2-3 hr Intermediate lesson (from March / April Issue 524) - including reading, speaking, vocabulary, grammar (yes/no questions)
  15. '''WHO TO SAVE..'''.- a 2-3 hr Intermediate lesson including reading, speaking, vocabulary, grammar (yes/no questions)
  16. 'Curing' homosexuality in China
  17. 'HOMELESSNESS' - a 1.5 hr skills development lesson for intermediate learners
  18. 'How did our community survive this?'
  19. 'Kill the people who eat beef!'
  20. 'Our doctors and health workers are dying, we need Personal Protective Equipment now’
  21. 'Our friends': Saudi Arabia and the West
  22. 'WHAT IS COURAGE?' - a 2-hr lesson for Intermediate learners: vocabulary, reading, speaking + grammar ('I wonder ...')
  23. 'You must have children' says Iran to women
  24. (KEY (if you still need it!)
  25. *‘The best help for refugees comes from simple volunteers.’
  26. 10 economic myths we do not need
  27. 10 reasons not to bomb Syria
  28. 10 reasons to be worried about big international agreements
  29. 10 signs that climate change success is coming
  30. 10 steps to end world hunger
  31. 10 steps to world peace
  32. 10 ways to end prisons
  33. 14th February - a day to celebrate!
  34. 2015: news from around the world
  35. 21st century death ships
  36. 3 lessons - with minimal preparation - that work
  37. 3 short videos about the lives of refugees
  38. 4 PEOPLE IN MYANMAR - a 1.5 hr lesson with speaking, vocabulary, reading and writing summaries
  39. 500 dead: 'Mr Obama, do you have a heart?'
  40. 5 WAYS TO HELP STOP CLIMATE BREAKDOWN - Intermediate - 1-2 hrs (from July/August Issues 520 - speaking, reading, writing
  41. 5 complete lessons with student handout, teacher notes, pdf and ppt
  42. 5 polluters make money from Covid-19
  43. 5 reasons why it's a good idea to elect Jeremy Corbyn
  44. 5 reasons why we cannot separate care and the climate
  45. 7 reasons why we should have open borders
  46. 8 ways to stop human trafficking in Nepal
  47. 9 inspiring food aid projects
  48. 9 stories - helping refugees and migrants
  49. ACTION ON BANKS - WHAT YOU CAN DO
  50. AFTER EBOLA - for Intermediate learners (1.5 - 2 hrs)
  51. AIR POLLUTION AFTER THE CORONAVIRUS. Intermediate: Reading, Vocabulary, Question practice.
  52. ARGUE EVEN BETTER - Upper Intermediate - 2-3 hrs (from November/December Issue 516 and Jan/Feb Issue 517) - Speaking, language for managing a discussion and reading
  53. A 'song of the wage' for Rana Plaza
  54. A Green New Deal for the US and the world
  55. A Letter from Johannesburg
  56. A VERY YOUNG ACTIVIST - for Intermediate learners: vocabulary/reading/writing
  57. A WORLD WITHOUT MILITARY - Intermediate + lesson with Reading, Speaking, Grammar (linkers of contrast) and Writing
  58. A World with no Prisons? - Elementary/Pre-Intermediate lesson with Reading, Vocabulary, Speaking, and Grammar: past simple
  59. A World without Prisons? - Intermediate lesson with Reading, Vocabulary, and Speaking.
  60. A better media is possible
  61. A brave Central African woman
  62. A challenge to power
  63. A different football World Cup - for unrecognised nations
  64. A global trade war
  65. A group of one’s own
  66. A history of vaccines
  67. A migrant's story
  68. A museum for the working class in Brazil
  69. A new Cuba
  70. A not-for-profit world
  71. A numbers game in India
  72. A place to feel free
  73. A plan for a better media
  74. A prisoner in the house
  75. A revolution for fathers
  76. A second chance: after child marriage in Mozambique
  77. A story of feet in India
  78. A surprising group - Extinction Rebellion and coal miners
  79. A thousand small bricks – a home for migrants in Brighton
  80. A university in London wants to stop contact with universities in Israel
  81. A variety of dictations
  82. A very bad situation in Britain
  83. A village in Lebanon that takes more Syrian refugees than Britain
  84. A war against war
  85. A win - money for Rana Plaza
  86. A win for women in the Church of England
  87. A woman can be whatever she likes
  88. A world without police and prisons?
  89. A year after the murder of Tahir Elçi
  90. Abortion in Brazil
  91. Abuse of women in Brazil
  92. Action to End the Oil Age
  93. Adaptation to climate change
  94. Adivasi people: proud not primitive
  95. Afghanistan – what can we do?
  96. Africa's all-female radio service
  97. Africa: a continent of wealth, a continent of poverty
  98. African farmers must prepare for climate change
  99. African grannies and solar power
  100. Africa’s new and best young inventors

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