Alaia La emphasises the importance of Singapore’s Pink Dot event in a country where homosexuality remains criminalised.
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The gay community has been slowly making strides toward legislative progress in the Western world, with Australia recently having voted in support of gay marriage. Yet the world still has leaps and bounds to go when it comes to equality everywhere, whilst some countries legalize same-sex couples adoptions, others criminalize same sex relationships. Features writers explore the world of LGBTQ+ movements around the globe. […]
Last June I filled my suitcase with a summer’s worth of denim shorts and sun-cream, bid a heartfelt farewell to my savings and hopped on a plane to Asia. There are hundreds of Exeter students who jet off on their year abroad, yet few seem to have heard of the summer programme opportunities – which […]
Iwas lucky enough to travel to Singapore for a week to attend a leadership conference with Common Purpose and 33Sixty. Over 80 students attended, coming from New Zealand, Australia, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, the UK, Zambia, Kenya, South Africa, Hong Kong and Singapore. Upon arrival, we were tasked with the project title: “What can our generation of […]