Japanese student Haruka reflects on the SOAS Summer School, and looks ahead to her exchange programme at SOAS.
For this year’s World Humanitarian Day, the United Nations aims to highlight the immediate consequences of the climate emergency and put the needs of climate-vulnerable people at the top of the agenda at the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November.
Sinem studies Global Development at SOAS – and applied through Clearing last year.
How two students are translating an app aiming to turn farmers into entrepreneurs.
Thomas Tanner and Aditya Bahadur discuss their latest book which explores the creation of resilient cities in the Global South.
The Nationality and Borders Bill 2021 was introduced on 6 of July, and aims to fix a broken asylum system. But will it live up to its aims?
The past eighteen months have changed so much about the way that we study, learn and share knowledge. The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust seemingly insurmountable
African scientists have called for a decolonisation of global health, following a $30 million dollar award to US NGO for African malaria project.
By changing the way cereals are produced, processed and consumed, it’s possible to harness their benefits to improve diets around the world.
The advancements of Ballistic Missile Defenses has proliferated a renewed arms race – one that must be stopped by arms control treaties.
SOAS alumnus Karim Ennarah was one of the three human rights defenders working for the EIPR that were released this weekend.
Post-Covid-19 world and its implications in achieving inclusive and sustainable development and industrialisation to meet the 2030 SDGs.
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 SOAS Development Studies initiative is transforming illicit drug economies in Myanmar, Afghanistan and Colombia.
SOAS’s Guy Standing joins with 90’s group Massive Attack on new EP, ‘Eutopia’.
Louise Callaghan is an award-winning Middle East Correspondent for The Sunday Times and a SOAS Alumna, graduating in 2013 with a BA Development Studies and
For the last two weeks, we have been witnessing a global uprising following the death of George Floyd in the U.S. His wrongful killing led
Amidst the Covid-19 crisis, SOAS students’ SCRAP Weapons group call for freeze on weapons supply.
Could the coronavirus pandemic lead to a rise in falsified medicines?
Covid-19, the oil industry, and wider economic effects.
How is Covid-19 impacting Europe’s current and future interactions with China?
This article has been published in a series of languages – you can read in French, Spanish, and Italian. In the face of the COVID-19
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
Unpicking gender and work-related issues in Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
Working with an NGO might sound scary to some, but it’s definitely a challenge worth taking on.
New measures are being taken in The Gambia to empower women in households.
SOAS alumna Inès Huynh describes her internship at Humanitarian Affairs Asia.
“We need to widen the debate on what can and should be commodified.”
How mass movement and action can combat a crisis fuelled by capitalism.
Rob Hamilton is rowing the Atlantic to support refugees in Amman.