Despite recent calls for sanctions on Israel by 127 British MP’s, the government’s lack of clear opposition to the US-Israeli plan to begin annexation of
‘Correcting Poisoned Minds’ – Aki Elborzi speaks to Professor Rachel Harris.
On Human Rights Day, why are we still looking away from what is happening in Iraq right now?
Dr Eleanor Newbegin explains the contested history of the Indian nation-state.
We need transnational justice to secure the rights of Venezuelan women.
We need to address the root of the problem, not just the symptoms.
Although SOAS lawyers do rank among the country’s top earners.
Samia Omar shares her experience of the MA International Studies and Diplomacy.
SOAS student Liam Butterworth reports on this CISD panel event.
How one of the first NGOs in Rwanda helped a woman turn her life around
What affect does the occupation have on constitutional changes around the creation of a “Jewish State”?
Can Israel identify as a “Jewish State”? Aeyal Gross explores the legal arguments.
Have Marco Minniti’s immigration policies failed Libyan migrants?
Vanessa Tsehaye asks delegates “What does it take for hope to die?”
Phil Clark on how to achieve a lasting peace
“People will actually sacrifice a lot of liberty…to keep what they have safe from harm.”
The study of politics is vast and the identification of a canon of key texts is itself a politically loaded act.
The prize-winning author will also take part in an audience Q&A
The United Nations (UN) has designated 18 July as Nelson Mandela International Day in recognition of the former South African President’s work in the fields of conflict resolution, race relations, human rights, reconciliation, and social justice.
The theme of this year’s World Population Day, which is celebrated on 11 July each year, is “Family planning: empowering people, developing nations”.
The Hong Kong Statement was a great step forward, but authorities are being slow to catch up
Although there is no law criminalising same-sex conduct, 90% of Indonesian LGBTI people have experienced violence
SOAS Ceilidh Band on tour
It might be the only way to meet the Sustainable Development Goals
SOAS defends the right of controversial speaker to speak on campus despite public criticism
Files hidden from public for 68 years now available to view online