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by Alex Warlow I always thought the word ‘confidant’ sounded a bit grandiose, the sort of word only a Tennessee Williams character would use. Because basically it’s just someone who won’t grass you up. Someone you can tell your darkest fears or guiltiest secrets to without fear of reprehension. Or...

by Lili Prodanova On this pretty table  – order and symmetry Why would they put rotting knots? Disturbing and unknown, Better left alone Somewhere under the cover, Hidden, unplugged from light. Muted screams and pain on hold. Hold on! Sham, pretence and guilt Will soon transform into a norm Just...

by Tejas Bharadwaj Neo-Journalism encompassing inter alia fringe medium such as Individual Online Bloggers have profoundly thrived on strong Regional and International Legal Standards[1] to offer them protection from arbitrary restraints on free speech. Thus in pursuit of an authoritative Nostrum towards countering fake news online and incongruently fostering a...

by Manuella Attoh ‘A doctrine of human rights should challenge other ways of thinking; it should confront and seek to displace cultures and ideologies that fail to recognise human rights.’ At face value, the importance of abiding by human rights would appear necessary and almost an obvious requirement for the...

by Elspeth Allen Under the theme ‘Tension’, Elspeth composed a series of photographs exploring the physical impact of tension upon the body, using nylon, string and rubber bands, to reflect the emotional and physical turmoil inflicted by abuse.

by Miri Simmons Young girl, slashed face, stands in rubble. Next. Teen boy, load and point, more rubble. Next. Young man, child in arms, running through rubble. Next. Families, possessions on backs, fleeing from rubble. Next. Head coverings sold in markets, head coverings lie in rubble. Next. Suited men. Conference...

Moscow can never escape being the subject of news stories, ranging from the literally “Nervy” ones to those that have triggered a serious revaluation of human rights postulations. While the former is set to attain its peak receptivity, the latter is engulfed by continual news feeds. On March 1, 2018,...

by Yousef Abdul-Fattah This year marks 70 years since the Nakba, which Palestinians such as myself commemorate on the 15th of May of each year. As a Palestinian student in Leeds who comes from two refugee families, I wanted to take this opportunity to open a discussion about the Palestinian...