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Peter Kenworthy

Peter Kenworthy is a British/Danish journalist and Master of Social Science who writes about international development, climate, music, education and football.

Illustrations: Pete Reynolds

The age of development: an obituary

‘Development’ has long been reframed and hijacked, but, Wolfgang Sachs argues, we need to move beyond its misguided assumptions into a new post-development era based on eco-solidarity.

Latest issue: March-April 2020

How we make poverty

Articles by Peter Kenworthy

Front man Ian Curtis committed suicide in 1980, but the myth of Curtis and Joy Division lives on, Peter Kenworthy writes.
A Norwegian report uncovers harassment and illegal wages on the country's wine farms, Peter Kenworthy writes.
The Sex Pistols' song helped reconnect rock music with culture, participation and rebellion around the world, writes Peter...
Peter Kenworthy, British Citizen based in Denmark, tried to register to vote for the next UK general elections, and discovered he...
Swazi youth call for international pressure on their country's absolute monarchy to introduce multi-party elections. Peter...
Where is the support for Zonke Dlamini, asks his co-accused, Bheki Dlamini, who was released without charge. By Peter Kenworthy.
The recent criticism of the Swazi government from many Swazis is misplaced. They should be blaming the country’s absolute monarch...
Higher pay, union membership, nepotism, and more, are at the center of the struggle, reports Peter Kenworthy.
The country's king passes suppression, unaccountability and opulent spending as traditionally ‘Swazi’ values. Peter Kenworthy...
A great-grandfather’s autobiographical account reveals a window into the past and present, writes Peter Kenworthy.
The new head of Save the Children will be remembered as a hard-liner on immigration, writes Peter Kenworthy.
A new documentary tells the story of the fight for social justice in the sub-Saharan country, writes Peter Kenworthy.

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