Japanese student Haruka reflects on the SOAS Summer School, and looks ahead to her exchange programme at SOAS.
How two students are translating an app aiming to turn farmers into entrepreneurs.
Thomas Tanner and Aditya Bahadur discuss their latest book which explores the creation of resilient cities in the Global South.
The past eighteen months have changed so much about the way that we study, learn and share knowledge. The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust seemingly insurmountable
Working with an NGO might sound scary to some, but it’s definitely a challenge worth taking on.
What is competitive sustainability? And how does it relate to the Sustainable Development Goals?
Dr. Sara Stevano questions whether randomistas are the best way forward for development economics.
Could you support a Sanctuary scholar?
Factory staff (mainly female) paid just 35p an hour to make #IWannaBeASpiceGirl t-shirts
“Quality education is radical action”
“No matter which party wins, voters are more concerned about sustaining the peace”
Students should be taught to avoid debt
SOAS Ceilidh Band on tour
It might be the only way to meet the Sustainable Development Goals
Terrorism, disease, war – the world’s a scary place when viewed through your smartphone.
For millions around the world, neoliberalism is not working. At a night at SOAS, revered Director Ken Loach challenges his captive audience…
When Forest Whitaker sits down with Baroness Valerie Amos to discuss his true calling in life, and the importance of youth.
A packed lecture theatre within the walls of SOAS University of London can hardly be described as a “tough room” for Wole Soyinka – the
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
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