We need a truly internationalist approach to address the climate crisis.
The government needs to move faster to prevent a climate crisis.
Could you support a Sanctuary scholar?
844 million people still lack even a basic water service
Changes to the public accommodation system mean migrants are left with nowhere to go.
Factory staff (mainly female) paid just 35p an hour to make #IWannaBeASpiceGirl t-shirts
“I never assumed that this could be a bad thing for my mental health” | Monika Radojevic
Many EU countries have recently adopted laws that criminalise activists
“This is not the end of corruption in Brazilian politics.”
Actor receives his Honorary Doctorate
Pick up any newspaper on any given day and you will find reports of protests, strikes, demonstrations, occupations – some sort of resistance to capitalist crisis and the state of things, large or small, in practically any country around the world.
Bamboo has thousand of uses from bamboo furniture to bamboo socks.
“Quality education is radical action”
Maria’s life was decimated by the violence in her community, now she fights for the hearts and minds of Colombia’s youth
On the lower half of the map (in light blue) is Nigel Farage, the centre of dense exchanges. Branching northwards from him, in red, is The Voice of Europe, and southwest of him, in blue, Donald Trump.
Once labelled the most dangerous community in Medellin, Comuna 13 has a bright future
“Post–Gaddafi Libya is characterised by a legacy of fragmented infrastructure”
Meet the grad who is putting her studies into action
Paolo Novak, lecturer in our Development Studies department, is conducting research on asylum seekers’ food rations in Italy
“Well it’s classic MI6 – if you want to hide something put it in plain view”
Students should be taught to avoid debt
The United Nations (UN) has designated 18 July as Nelson Mandela International Day in recognition of the former South African President’s work in the fields of conflict resolution, race relations, human rights, reconciliation, and social justice.
The theme of this year’s World Population Day, which is celebrated on 11 July each year, is “Family planning: empowering people, developing nations”.
SOAS Ceilidh Band on tour
SOAS students Amira Rady and Holly Buck discuss the newly-announced Sanctuary Scholarships for asylum seekers and let you know how you can still get involved
Asian elephants are an endangered species. Their numbers sit somewhere between 39,000 – 44,000 spread across the vast continent – though almost half are located
UNESCO marks the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition on 23rd August each year. The aim of the day