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Reluctance to Meditate

Ena explores the concept of meditation and talks about her journey and experience with different meditative practices such as breathing.
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We the Creatives: How Art Empowers Us

An article exploring a young activist's personal discovery of artistic activism, including an interview with a cultural organiser

Learning to love my layers

The 'other' box. The multi-national. The British. The Algerian. The privileged. The red passport. The-not-too-Arab, not-too-British. The bilingual. The broken Arabic. The 1,2,3, viva l'algerie. How many of these terms are constantly thrown…

The Age Factor

Ena discusses the impact of getting older and how one can overcome the stigma attached with ageing. Is age just a number or can it mean more?

I want to be my own Prince Charming

Ena talks about gender roles assigned to us by society and how such norms can be harmful instead of helpful.

Diversity in the Workplace

Ena explores the reasons for why organisations could be for or against diversity in the workplace and the ethical and moralistic reasons for supporting inclusion and equality.

Hidden Black History Revealed in Documentaries

Find out the hidden Black history that explores Black people’s deep connection to the UK and their significant impact on two big industries.

Why We Urgently Need to Boycott Social Media

As we search for clarity amidst confusion and approach another US election, it is time we turned the tables on those keeping us in the dark.

Leave No One Behind: The Virtues and Dangers of Social Mobility

We love to celebrate ‘rags to riches’ stories but is social mobility really a measure of society’s progress towards equality?

Homeland Under my Nails - Mohammed Omar Khalil's Exhibit

A review of Home Under my Nails, an Exhibition by artist Mohammed Omar Khalil showcasing Sudanese heritage.