REVIEW OF 2017
Feb17

REVIEW OF 2017

It has been another extraordinary year. From the revelations of the Paradise Papers to the continuing investigation into Russia’s role in the US election, we’ve been there to provide insight, analysis and opinion every step of the way. And to find hope as we look ahead to 2018.

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16 Days Of Activism 2017
Nov25

16 Days Of Activism 2017

Hannah is completing her doctorate at the University of St Andrews. Her thesis is on current exclusionary practices in the British heritage industry and their moral and historical responsibility to discuss and disseminate BME historical narratives within the British built environment. Additionally, Hannah has worked as project coordinator for a project entitled ‘Barriers of Poverty and Inequality’ with the Edinburgh and Lothian Regional Equality Council (ELREC). In this project she worked with and researched African, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi communities to Edinburgh in order to better understand their barriers to personal and economic success. Her report served to give a voice to these disenfranchised communities in hopes that they can personally inform change at both the governmental and non-governmental level.

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Monthly roundup August 2017
Sep06

Monthly roundup August 2017

Nuclear tension between the US and North Korea, Extreme weather around the world including Sierra Leone, Muslims go Mecca to perform Hajj pilgrimage for that and a guru does the unspeakable in India.

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MONTHLY ROUND  UP JULY 2017
Jul11

MONTHLY ROUND UP JULY 2017

July was eventful with a few but very significant things happening. At home in the UK, Theresa May lost her majority after calling a snap election. Giving Labour Leader Jeremy a political boost as he performed better than expected. Ironically of The election was meant to give the Tories is stronger majority and better mandate.

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An Invitation for Men Who Want a Better World for Women by Elizabeth Nyamayaro
Jul06

An Invitation for Men Who Want a Better World for Women by Elizabeth Nyamayaro

Published on Sep 23, 2015
Around the world, women still struggle for equality in basic matters like the right to drive and to marry when they choose. But how to enlist everyone, men and women, as allies for change? Meet Elizabeth Nyamayaro, the inventor of the #HeForShe Twitter campaign, which created 1.2 billion conversations about a more equal world. She invites us all to join in as allies in our shared humanity.

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