The European Super League – What Went Wrong? Oscar Young looks at the dramatic rise and fall of the controversial new league and what it means to the wider game of football. ‘Disgusting, greedy, a disgrace.’ Just a few of the ways players and fans alike described football’s proposed European Super League (ESL). In the […]
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
Lina Idrees reflects on and discusses the upcoming Women’s March in Pakistan.
Ria Kalsi reminds us of how pressing the protests in India should be to all of us
Denmark added to the UK’s quarantine list after outbreak of mutated coronavirus strand Denmark has been added back onto the UK’s quarantine list following an outbreak of a mutated Coronavirus strand in the north of Jutland. The mutated virus spread through Mink Farms. They have now developed a resistance to the vaccine, and this is […]
Two women have been appointed to key positions at Pan African University Two women have been elected to take over key roles at the Pan African University (PAU), now leading half of the four operational research institutes. The first woman, Professor Elizabeth Sarange Bosire Abenga, has been elected as director of the Pan African University […]
Seven Hong Kong journalism schools have criticised the police for limiting media access to government-approved news outlets and reducing access to press briefing.