Eleanor Burkey and Omar Harris Vernon El-Halawani explore how the NHS is now recruiting more doctors from outside the UK and EEA than from within. They also discuss the emergence that some of these doctors are from the World Health Organisation’s “red list” countries.
Jake Avery gives his verdict on Loyle Carner’s latest album.
Dexter Woolley discusses the background to artist Sasha Huber’s latest exhibition and her pursuit to change the name of the Swiss mountain, Agassizhorn, named after infamous scientist Louis Agassiz.
Lina Idrees writes about the recent appointment of Justice Ayesha Malik as Pakistan’s first female Supreme Court judge and reflects on her seminal judgement banning the ‘two-finger test’ in Pakistan.
Alaia La emphasises the importance of Singapore’s Pink Dot event in a country where homosexuality remains criminalised.
Lina Idrees reflects on the recent spotlighted cases of gender-based violence in Pakistan and its enduring narrative which has preserved a culture of impunity.
Lauren Haughey explores how Palestinian graffiti and urban art has been an important tool to keep alive global awareness of the Israeli occupation.
Lina Idrees touches upon the presence of hijras as important entities that challenge the legacy of coloniality as well as the conception that LGBTQIA+ acceptance is a mere Western trend
Siobhan Bahl discusses the complexities behind the global food crisis and the very real and present power of Western food systems
Lucy Aylmer reflects on the explicit increase of anti-Asian hate since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic