Water Injustice and the Abrahamic Faiths


How corporate exploitation and virtual water are at odds with human rights and the basic teachings of Abrahamic religions   Before approaching the topic of water injustice,...

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Fighting for Our Libraries in Lambeth


Our prized community spaces are being replaced by private gyms as austerity bites   I’m an A-Level student taking English Literature, History and Theatre Studies and books...

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The Hateful Eight and Why Tarantino Is Good For Us


Guns trump social hierarchies in Tarantino’s violence – and we shouldn’t be afraid to revel in it   carnival, n. A season of riotous revelry. (OED) gratuitous, a. Done...

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Escaping to Europe: Intimate Views of the Refugee Crisis


Journeying across a treacherous ocean in a dinghy is just the first chapter of a long and dehumanising odyssey for those escaping to a new life in Europe   Whether they are coming...

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The 2016 Glasgow Film Festival: Daring Society to Accept its Flaws


Latin American directors shine at the record-breaking Glasgow Film Festival   It was another great year for the Glasgow Film Festival. Launched only in 2005, it has become...

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Domestic Violence: Winning the War


We must acknowledge domestic violence in the public space in order to combat it   It is important to shine a spotlight on an area that still wounds, undermines and destroys...

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The Ivory Trade: From Conservation to Terrorism


Guerrilla organisations throughout Africa are funding their activities through the sale of systematically poached ivory from elephants   Leonardo Di Caprio has added his Oscar-winning...

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