The Statue of Peace: The Painful Past of Japanese Sexual Violence in Korea If you go to Seoul, you might see a lonely statue of a girl with butterfly wings. Cleo has learnt how this statue serves as a valuable reminder of a traumatic episode of Korean history which continues to affect relations between South […]
On Wednesday 2 March, around 100 demonstrators met in Bedford Square, Exeter, to stand in solidarity with Ukrainian refugees and citizens. The ‘Stand With Ukraine Exeter’ demonstration was held to raise awareness for President Putin’s brutal campaign against Ukraine which began last Thursday. Attendees held placards which read ‘PUTIN OUT,’ ‘SAY NO TO WAR,’ and […]
Kanumera Creiche discusses Canada’s Freedom Convoy as it continues to spread across the globe.
Harvey Isitt and Isabel Langguth make a political playlist for protest, activism and change.
Hundreds of students participated in a sit-in on Wednesday 13th October to protest the Guild’s affiliation with anti-abortion society, Exeter Students For Life.
A student-led petition calling for the disaffiliation of Exeter Students for Life, a pro-life society at the University of Exeter, has amassed close to 10,000 signatures in less than a week. The petition, which currently has 8,716 signatures at time of writing, calls to ‘strike down’ the society for its ‘direct attack on women’s rights’ […]
Students and university staff from Exeter for Palestine call for the University to be held accountable for their role in Israeli state violence.
Students attend demonstration protesting the evictions of Palestinians in Eastern Jerusalem.
An open letter circulating the student body is calling for the University of Exeter to institute compulsory education on consent and sexual violence. After two days of circulation, the letter has over 300 signatures.
Protest and the Police Bill The government’s newly proposed Police and Crime Bill has caused shockwaves of outrage online, Anna Shaw discusses the bill’s potential repercussions. The newly proposed Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill will assign more power to the police, particularly in regards to protests; allowing them to set noise limits, impose finish […]