The continued plight of Beirut’s residents, 10 months on from a devastating explosion

In August 2020, Lebanon was in the midst of a surge of Coronavirus cases across the country, coupled with a crippling economic crisis that had taken the national poverty rate above 50% of the population and was ongoing since October of the previous year.…

Callum Sutherland

Aerolíneas Argentinas: A Curse or a Blessing?

Having a flag carrier, an airline owned by the government, undeniably boosts a country's sovereignty over its national airspace, allowing the government to organise and exploit the skies however they consider it is best.…

Fernanda Ciliberti

Ceuta: the final step between African migrants and hope of a better life

Europe has interfered with the migrant crisis in Ceuta, a region under Spanish rule. Is Ceuta the only hope migrants have to find a better life?…

Callum Sutherland

Remembering queer Black women this pride month

There is an extreme lack of positive representation of both the Black and LGBTQ+ community in media, with both groups being subject to harmful stereotypes deeply rooted in homophobia or racism. For example, the ‘angry Black girl trope’ or the ‘gay best friend trope’.…

Ruvarashe Chimusoro

The Meghan Markle Interview: How it can help us to identify racism within the British media and ourselves

Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (The Duke and Duchess of Sussex) aired on the 8th of March on ITV at 9pm. It was watched by more than 49.1 million people worldwide, with 11.1 million viewers from the UK alone. During the interview, the Sussexes accused…

Danielle Chebe