A SOAS research project is preserving ancient Yasna traditions – nearly forgotten within Zoroastrianism – and sharing them through film.
The UN International Day of Peace 2020, taking place on 21 September, is all about shaping peace together – as communities
Sometime in the mid-1980s, the people of the arid town of Shendi, troubled with land degradation in northern Sudan, were invited to a series of
On the morning of 24th April 2013, a busy commercial building known as the Rana Plaza in Dhaka, Bangladesh, collapsed suddenly, killing 1134 people and
A project in SOAS’s Anthropology department improving relationships between parliaments and people is changing lives.
A SOAS Development Studies initiative is transforming illicit drug economies in Myanmar, Afghanistan and Colombia.
“Today, there are more young people than ever before. Youth voices matter because no one is more convincing to define the future through innovation, but
Social anthropologist F.G.Bailey, whose papers are housed in the SOAS Archive, explored Odisha, North-East India, after India’s independence.
The Aboriginal language, Sydney, is in danger of being forgotten: discover its history in the SOAS archive.
An interview with journalist Kunal on his time at SOAS, writing and how to break into the industry.
Find out what the SOAS archive on Braj, India, has in store.
“The more we understand what is happening in the world, the more frustrated we often become, for our knowledge leads to feelings of powerlessness. We
Racial inequalities are most felt in sexual and reproductive health – social enterprise Decolonising Contraception wants that to change.
Photographs from J.P.Mills’ trips to India in 1920s tell a fascinating story.
Postcards and envelopes tell a story in Hassan Musa’s Mail Art, digitised by SOAS.
Progressive modern Urdu poetry that feels relevant in today’s climate.
Baby Amina was just two hours old when three gunmen adorning police uniforms entered a hospital in Dashte Barchi area of Kabul, Afghanistan and opened
How a digital initiative aims to aid social integration among immigrants, refugees and other marginalised groups.
Explore the intricacies on tribal life through this online archive.
Four young dusky women clad in traditional white clothing pose in a garden. There’s a certain enigma in their eyes, a story best left to
The theme for Earth Day 2020 is ‘climate action’.
A truly cosmopolitan and multicultural city.
On the 31st of March, 2007 at exactly 7.30pm; the vibrant city of Sydney in Australia dimmed down. It did not sparkle the ocean like
The power of multimedia art and artists from minority communities.
The poignant ‘From Tent Encampments to New Settlements’ plays at SOAS tomorrow.
“LGBTQI+ asylum seekers in the UK face deportation, detention and even a threat to life, just because they choose to be who they are.”
The Sister Library is a safe space bringing together ‘books of, for and by women’.
A week of films delve into the ‘diversity, nuance and subjective experience within migration’.