Violence, Trauma and Absurdity in Kuhel Khalid’s September 11th


Kuhel Khalid brings surreal experiences of war to an experimental production at Camden’s People Theatre and the Cockpit   September 11th, symbolically named, is the debut...

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The Shack: An Invigorating Revelation of God


Best-selling novel and upcoming film The Shack invites us to reassess how we interpret the holy trinity and to recognise the inclusivity and compassion that it represents   Central...

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13TH: America’s Profitable Legal Slavery


A powerful insight into mass incarceration and modern slavery through our prison systems   Ava DuVernay's powerful documentary 13TH, now available on Netflix, chronicles...

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India’s Cash Crisis: Who Will Lose Out in the Battle Against Corruption?


India’s recent cash crisis was the result of a good decision implemented poorly and has cost the country financially and politically   The decision by Indian prime minister...

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Bad Women: Do We Still Demonise Female Offenders?


The criminal justice system and the media persist in treating women as ‘doubly deviant’   “When woman falls, she seems to possess a capacity almost beyond man for running...

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Loss, Resistance and Survival Among Egypt’s Coptic Christians


A solemn winter for the silenced and impoverished minority community of Egypt   Exacerbated by a series of explosions over the long weekend of 9 – 11 December, 2016, Egypt’s...

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Trump and the Problem of Disbelief


US voters must now capitalise on disbelief and demand the impossible It might sound odd to the rest of the world, but Americans are still trying to decide whether to take Donald...

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