Editor Bridie Adams discusses how the war in Ukraine is affecting access to period products and lists ways to help those fighting period poverty.
Isabel Caine examines the impact of war on Ukraine’s cultural heritage.
Audiovisual Narratives: The Social Media War Ella Buckley reflects on the nature of both the social media and broadcast news narratives surrounding Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent invasion of Ukraine. In the 1960s, uncensored images of the effects of napalm and chemical agents deployed by the American military were all over televisions around the world, […]
Amy Rushton discusses Europe’s response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis, and whether more should be done.
Comment writer Kanumera Creiche evaluates news coverage of the War in Ukraine and explains why it is problematic.
Exeter severs link with Russian twin town Exeter City Council has voted to suspend the civic relationship with its Russian twin city, Yaroslavl. Councillors met on 10 March to discuss Exeter’s link to the Russian municipality and voted unanimously to revoke the formal relationship. The motion was put forward by the City Council’s leader, Phil […]
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.
Exeter comes together for vigil in solidarity with Ukraine A vigil in solidarity with the people of Ukraine was held in Bedford Square, Exeter at 11am on Sunday 27 February. Organised by the leader of the Exeter City Council, Phil Bialyk, it saw the square filled with members of the local community holding flags, signs, […]
Marçal Jané-Heidsiek evaluates the involvement of the West in the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Foreign Correspondent Coordinator, Maddie Baker, takes a look at the new Ukrainian president and what his unconventional rise to power may have in store for Ukrainian politics.