Poverty Profiteers: Enfranchising the Poor

Charity has become a dirty word, as revelations from Oxfam on the sex for aid scandal has been uncovered. It was revealed that some...

‘Zimbabwe’s Oldest Friend’

On the 21st November 2017 the streets of Zimbabwe were flooded with jubilant people, celebrating their independence from President Robert Mugabe. Theresa May and...

Podcast: Events in Zimbabwe

In this last week, events have unfolded in Zimbabwe. What could the future hold for Zimbabwe and could this be the beginning of a...

The Hidden Role Models Against Inequality

Fairness is often overthrown by money, possessions and social class. Individuals are not being treated for who they are. Everywhere, especially in developing countries,...

Britain’s LGBT legacy in the Commonwealth

In marking London Pride I wanted to reflect on Britain’s LGBT legacy. In the space of 46 years we in the United Kingdom have gone...

What Is Behind Ethiopian Protests?

For decades, discontent with the government has been abundant in Ethiopia. The Oromo and Amhara ethnic groups make up the majority of Ethiopia’s population...

Brexit: Opportunities on the Open Seas

Throughout the EU referendum campaign there was fear being projected from both sides as if there is a lot at stake to protect ourselves...

Mugabe protests – Turmoil over economic crisis

Police and protesters clash in Zimbabwe Anti-Mugabe protesters and Zimbabwe police have once again clashed in a mass demonstration in Harare on Wednesday. Police resorted...

What The Vote of No Confidence Means for Tunisia

Tunisia’s first vote of no confidence took place on Sunday July 31, effectively removing Habib Essid from his position as Prime Minister a year...

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