For this year’s International Women’s Day, the SOAS Blog is celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women around the world by publishing a range of digital content from within and outside the SOAS community this week.
We have joined the universal calls to action for accelerating gender parity by asking a number of diverse contributors to share their stories celebrating women’s achievements or rallying for equality under this year’s theme #ChoosetoChallenge.
From one international student to another, here are a few things you can do to feel more settled and confident as you embark on your journey at SOAS.
Moving to university is a big change, but it’s a great way to connect with new people and make lifelong friends. Digital Ambassador Agustina has some tips.
Student halls are a blank canvas to add your stamp and little touches of home. Here are some tips for settling into student accommodation.
To mark the opening of Empty Cradles: Israel’s Disappeared Children at the Brunei Gallery, we interview one of the curators about the importance of sharing these stories, and what he hopes visitors will take away from the exhibition.
Producer of Child of Empire, Saadia Gardezi talks to us about where the idea for the immersive film came from, the importance of sharing these Partition stories, and what’s next.