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Issue 24 - Fraternite

Issue 24 - Fraternite

Humanity Is One

How To Spend It: And We Don't Mean The Money

Last Days Of The Arctic 'The Ice Is Melting - It's Changing Lives'

Femi Kuti: Successful On His Own Terms

Human Capital: Social Enterprise Special

Kerala, South India: Come And Stay With Us

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Julian Schnabel’s latest film since the award-winning The Diving Bell and the Butterfly is a cumbersome yet sincere approach to a sensitive and politically volatile subject. Based on journalist Rula Jebreal’s first- hand account of life in East Jerusalem in the 1970s and 1980s Miral follows, for the most part, the coming-of-age story of a young Palestinian girl growing up during the Arab-Israeli conflict.

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Ever wondered what it’s like to be blind, or unable to walk? Most of us take our daily round for granted, but for thousands worldwide, being a functioning member of society is, or may once have been, a brave act of the will.

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Sublime meets the bravest of men: a photographic artist of the final days of the extreme north, as its inhabitants know it, before today’s pressures on the environment leave it changed for ever.

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Imagine being able to work so closely with a colleague that it almost feels as if you are somehow related ... Sublime talks to two brothers and design partners who are leading their field.

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Wearers of non-leather shoes and accessories through conscious, ethical choice are in the minority. But is the leather industry as harmless to the environment as we’ve always assumed it to be (if our shopping habits are anything to go by)?

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It’s heartening to watch the world respond with aid as a city or nation is thrown into chaos following a natural disaster. But what about crises brought on by the greed of others? Perhaps we can learn from past cataclysms. We may have to