Threats posed to our press freedom, data, and privacy have led to setbacks in the abortion rights movement.
An exploration of how the creation and circulation of images have shaped the urban spaces and cultural imaginaries of Beirut.
As water and energy shortages become more frequent, global environmental context is needed as part of our communications and media strategies.
Would regulating tech giants be the solution to systemic structural racism that has for long permeated key British institutions?
How has the international media reported the assassination of Haiti’s president – and how could this be problematic?
The new series of the Global Digital Futures podcast features conversations with leading experts in the fields of tech and innovation, focusing on perspectives from the Global South.
Independent fact-checkers play a vital role in the digital media landscape, but there is no singular approach to countering misinformation.
Resource-poor countries are facing an “extinction-level threat” for journalism. Could public subsidy be a solution to supporting global media?
Clubhouse is a new social-media audio-only app – which you can only join through an invite. But how is it making waves in the Middle East?
A new exhibition at the South London Gallery looks at how we can understand archives created at the height of the British Empire and re-interpret them for today’s world.
If you are in any way involved with the feminist side of social media, you’ve likely seen the plagiarism accusations against Florence Given by fellow
How has the way we talk about climate change, changed? And how is it discussed by various media outlets? Maxine Betteridge-Moes explores.
How could a potential post-Brexit trade deal with Morocco undermine international law?
SOAS alumnus Karim Ennarah was one of the three human rights defenders working for the EIPR that were released this weekend.
At no other time in contemporary history has a critical understanding of communication and the structures and regulation of complex media systems been more important
“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
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 world has seen massive outrage over the death of George Floyd in the United States in an act of police brutality. Floyd’s death, which
“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
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
Racial inequalities are most felt in sexual and reproductive health – social enterprise Decolonising Contraception wants that to change.
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.
The rapid rise in Brazil’s Covid-19 cases is a direct result of the president’s actions.
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
2020’s theme is ‘closing the inequalities gap to achieve social justice’.
The poignant ‘From Tent Encampments to New Settlements’ plays at SOAS tomorrow.
Why is reporting on the crisis in Syria not instigating action?
“LGBTQI+ asylum seekers in the UK face deportation, detention and even a threat to life, just because they choose to be who they are.”
“From the reactions Meghan Markle has received, it is clear that we still live in an inherently sexist society.”
Syria has shown us that the media are fundamentally implicated in practices of war
We can’t allow access to information to be a privilege of the rich.