Gwenno, PrEP, CETA and table tennis in Brighton

I have a few articles in November’s New Internationalist magazine which takes Colombia as its main focus.

For the news section I wrote about Brighton Table Tennis Club and its work with marginalised people, particularly young refugees, under its Community, Respect and Solidarity mantra. I also wrote about resistance to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), a trade agreement between Canada and the European Union.

Later in the issue is a feature on PrEP, the HIV prevention medicine that has sparked excitement and activism across the world, as well as debate around how it’s used.

An interview I did with Welsh musician Gwenno Saunders earlier this year is at the back of the magazine. Taking in Wales, Cornwall and politics – three of my favourite topics, Gwenno was so nice to speak to that I didn’t want to get off the phone!

Find out more and read more articles from this issue here at the New Internationalist website

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