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SOAS alumnus Karim Ennarah was one of the three human rights defenders working for the EIPR that were released this weekend.
The farmers’ protest in India has been on-going for two months – and with more than half of Indians working on farms, this is a
This blog has been written by Dr Katie Jones (The Brilliant Club) and Julien Boast (SOAS). Students and staff from universities across the UK have
Mostar, Bosnia-Herzogovina, has had no elections in 12 years due to the reorganisation of its constituencies and the ensuing power struggles.
Patriarchal history has named and categorised women in various ways. One such categorisation is ‘Asati’, which means one who is not a ‘Sati’. According to
Lucy Kauser, Collections & Outreach Officer at the Brunei Gallery SOAS, recently interviewed artist Faisal Hussain, whose exhibition will come to the Brunei in 2021.
Since the signing of the 1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship, the nearly 1,800-kilometre border between Nepal and India has served as an open