The UK cannot abandon Afghan women now

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The legacy of colonialism continues in Ireland, where the structures of inequality continue to play out and disrupt democratic processes. Professor Bill Rolston looks at…
As the world responds to COVID-19 we have seen a series a government policies and added powers being introduced around the world. Nelson Camilo Sánchez,…
Man disinfects floor against coronavirus
As we re-frame our research questions and objectives to be reflective of the new difficulties’ communities face during COVID-19, how do we reimagine being in…
 Josephine Ahikire and Amon A. Mwiine at Makerere University tell us what a shocking video depicting gender-based violence which flooded social media in Uganda reveals…
As a feminist who engages in knowledge production, education, and activism, I am well aware of how feminists are silenced, our concerns are undermined, and…
As of 5 July 2020, Qatar has the second-highest number of Covid19 cases in the Gulf Corporation Council (GCC) region with almost 100,000 cases, and…
Choman Hardi narrates the survival of the Kurdish people though one hundred years of repression and violence, telling us of the power of poetry to…
Whilst there have been some advances towards a human rights-based approach in post-conflict Ireland, there remains significant gaps in the implementation of the promises of…

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