Three SOAS academics on how their work supports social justice.
Everything you need to make the most of your time in Bloomsbury.
From the suffragettes and yarnbombing to competing for space on London Underground – the history of women’s protest is diverse and beautiful
A new production is challenging perspectives on what ‘decolonisation’ really means
It’s #womenshealthyweightday and these SOASians have some thoughts…
Andrew Griffiths recently returned to the House amidst claims of sexual harassment
“Society disables us.”
A deeper take on a familiar premise
Paid work experience.
#HumanRightsLeaders Facebook Live takes place on 29 October
There’s a fake moral crisis
Actor receives his Honorary Doctorate
More good news in Times Higher…
The prize-winning author will also take part in an audience Q&A
The Museum of Brands has recently launched a new exhibition on the topic of sustainable packaging.
“So much better than buying you a tablecloth!”
“The more people see themselves in what they’re studying, the more people engage.”
Amos used the occasion to highlight concerns with Prevent
SOAS Director Valerie Amos takes a look at the BME experience in the higher education sector