6 Eurovision re-opens old wounds in the Caucasus
7 Eritrea is a cynic’s paradise
8 Happy Meals? for victims of stop and search
9 Tuaregs hard hit by Mali conflict
10 News in brief this month
PLUS Open Window guest cartoonist Mohamed Sabra from Egypt.
11 Indian skin, Albion voice
With Britain approaching Jubilee June, a reinterpretation of ’Englishness’ from musician Bishi is timely, says Louise Gray.
PLUS: Solomon Islands band Narasirato introduce us to the thong-o-phone; a quiet revolution in the making in Money as Debt III; and Escape from Camp 14 - a remarkable insight into life in a North Korean labour
The Big Story - Mental Health
16 A healthy mind in a healthy society
Mental health shouldn’t just be about individuals;
we need strong communities too. Dinyar Godrej makes the case.
20 Mental Health - THE FACTS
22 Tears are good medicine
Young First Nations people in Manitoba tackle their number one problem - suicide among their peers. Janet Nicol reports.
26 Our trauma is not your trauma
The past is always present for Burmese refugees in Thailand. Nick Harvey witnesses health workers adapt their approach to this reality.
Liberating communities from prejudice in Ghana, by Peter Yaro.
30 Utopia or bust
Consumer culture is collective insanity, says John F Schumaker.
PLUS: Scratchy Lines by Simon Kneebone.
33 Letter from Botswana Football fever gives Lauri Kubuitsile reason to hope.
34 Country profile: Guatemala
36 Making Waves
Tom Kocherry, fisher for justice.
37 Puzzle Page
38 And finally...
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on being, rather than making, the news.