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India’s all-women frontline defence against COVID-19 are now locked into a fight for fair pay
  • politics
  • 07 Jul

India’s all-women frontline defence against COVID-19 are now locked into a fight for fair pay

  • Agnee Ghosh
What does justice mean for Indigenous survivors of genocide in Canada?
  • politics
  • 05 Jul

What does justice mean for Indigenous survivors of genocide in Canada?

  • Brandi Morin
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How Bristol’s strip club ban could set a terrible precedent for sex workers across the UK
  • politics
  • 01 Jul

How Bristol’s strip club ban could set a terrible precedent for sex workers across the UK

  • Priyankaa Joshi
‘The Other Windrush’: the hidden history of Afro-Chinese families in 1950s London
  • politics
  • 30 Jun

‘The Other Windrush’: the hidden history of Afro-Chinese families in 1950s London

  • Tao Leigh Goffe
‘NA ROMSKÝCH ŽIVOTECH ZÁLEŽÍ’: the death of a Romani man in police custody exposes failures to protect Gypsies
  • politics
  • 25 Jun

‘NA ROMSKÝCH ŽIVOTECH ZÁLEŽÍ’: the death of a Romani man in police custody exposes failures to protect Gypsies

  • Cyrine Sinti
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The Tories want to talk about failing working class students? Bring it on.
  • politics
  • 23 Jun

The Tories want to talk about failing working class students? Bring it on.

  • Moya Lothian McLean
‘The world has become bigger’: fighting for trans rights in Hong Kong
  • politics
  • 22 Jun

‘The world has become bigger’: fighting for trans rights in Hong Kong

  • Jessie Lau
Bookmark this: Why we’re fed up of weak excuses from anti-imperialists accepting MBEs
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  • politics
  • 17 Jun

Bookmark this: Why we’re fed up of weak excuses from anti-imperialists accepting MBEs

  • Prishita Maheshwari-Aplin
How one woman is keeping the politically charged and defiant art of Palestinian embroidery alive
  • politics
  • 14 Jun

How one woman is keeping the politically charged and defiant art of Palestinian embroidery alive

  • Hadil Louz
How a York noise protest become the first battleground in the fight to stop ‘mega prisons’
  • politics
  • 10 Jun

How a York noise protest become the first battleground in the fight to stop ‘mega prisons’

  • Shahed Ezaydi
Open letter from Palestine to the world: For Palestinian women, violence doesn’t end with a ceasefire
  • politics
  • 08 Jun

Open letter from Palestine to the world: For Palestinian women, violence doesn’t end with a ceasefire

  • Asmaa Abdullah
  • Zeina AbuSitteh
  • Lina AbiRafeh
Rebecca Hall is uncovering the hidden history of women-led slave revolts – and she’s doing it via graphic novel
  • politics
  • 07 Jun

Rebecca Hall is uncovering the hidden history of women-led slave revolts – and she’s doing it via graphic…

  • Leyla Reynolds