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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
peaceful protestor holding a sign

Israel, Hamas and ‘The Authentic West’

Ayse talks about the Palestine-Israel issues by exploring the authenticity of western countries that have intervened and makes reference to how effective the United Nations has been in preserving international peace.
Image shows the threats imposed on Children's lives under the conditions they are living in

Palestine can't breathe since 1948

A poem about the struggles of the Palestinians since 1948 with reference to current affairs in 2021

Kill the Bill: New Policing Bill Criminalises our Right to Protest

A look into the anti-protest policing bill and how people have opposed its oppressive policies

New Report Shows Evidence of Uyghur Genocide

An independent report published by Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy details the crimes carried out against Uyghurs.

Crisis, Nightmare, Threat: Exploring the Facts Behind the Semantics of UK Immigration

Words used to describe UK immigration often mask the reality of the situation. Here, we take a look at what is really going on.

Who Is Guilty in the Yemen Civil War?

As the war rages, we must not continue to be complacent about the horror and the part our country has played.

Is it Time to Reconsider our Assumptions About Nuclear Weapons?

We need a more pragmatic approach to deciding who is allowed to join the nuclear weapons club.

A Law to Break Another Law: The New Brexit Legislation Is Not Going Down Well

Boris Johnson’s Internal Market Bill threatens to make the UK’s road out of the EU even bumpier, if that were possible.

What Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death Means for America

The US mourns an icon and awaits a change that could transform its socio-political climate.