Who Is Really to Blame for Climate Change?

The newest tidal wave of climate activism has been led by Gen Z who have become increasingly vocal in their frustrations aimed towards governments who have routinely failed them. Inspired by Greta Thunberg's story, hundreds of thousands of teenagers across…

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“The Politics Behind Politics” – Political Expression and Thought Through Time

Humanity has never been homogenous. With different races, religions, morals, and customs, humankind will never be able to have a single identical thought. From this issue, politics was derived in an attempt to handle and reconcile these opposing opinions to…

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What does India’s Epidemic of Casteist Violence Mean for Women?

TW: sexual assault, rape, murder. The caste system negatively impacts Dalits on an educational, economic, and societal level but the women of lower-caste background in particular suffer as the intersections between their caste and their gender identity place them at…

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Pushing Sustainable Fashion and Classism

In recent years, society has become increasingly more concerned with climate change and how we often absentmindedly harm the environment in our day to day lives. Therefore, steps have been made to reduce our carbon footprint; one of which being…

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Volunteering and Activism: Doing Good or Feeling Good?

Since the very moment modern society came into fruition, activism has come hand in hand with its much uglier sibling – performative activism. Performative activism is best described as someone who feigns involvement in a greater movement in order to…

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LGBTQ Rights in Poland: An Update on the Situation by a Polish Queer

The anti-LGBT zones remain firmly established across the country, with an attempt made by the EU to refuse funding under the twinning programme to 6 cities enforcing the anti-LGBT sentiment. While the funding is not going to come from the…

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The Urumqi Massacre and the Subsequent Genocide – My Story As a British Uyghur

In school, we learn about Nazi Germany and the Holocaust – we are constantly reminded of its importance so that history does not repeat itself. I look back at the lessons and think about the irony: we are already facing…

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Personal Branding and Networking for Beginners in 2020

Firms are always looking for graduate talent. However, with the current economic landscape, intakes are being deferred and hiring numbers are lowering, and so opportunities will soon be few and far between. By using this time to develop a personal…

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