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‘This War Shows It’s Very Fragile to Rely On Force’: Meet Ukraine’s Human Rights Activists

, 27 April 2022
Sian Norris speaks to three campaigners fighting for a fairer, more equal Ukraine when the war ends

Exclusive Male, Pale and Colonial: Russell Group Universities Dominated by Named Buildings Reflective of a Bygone Era

, 26 April 2022
Max Colbert investigates the backgrounds of those commemorated on leading university campuses

Risking Our Democracy

, 26 April 2022
Former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall argues that the time has come for serious discussions about reforming Britain's political structures

Exclusive Tolerating Intolerance: UK Military Failing its LGBTQ Personnel

, 26 April 2022
Murray Jones reports on the Government’s failure to offer information on its acquiescence to the repressive rules of foreign militaries

The Red States’ War on Human Rights

, 25 April 2022
From abortion bans to 'Don't Say Gay' bills and attacks on critical race theory, the Republicans are waging a war against human rights, reports Heidi Siegmund Cuda

The Rwanda Scheme: The Human Rights Concerns Around Government’s Transportation Deal

, 20 April 2022
The plan to send people seeking asylum who arrive via 'irregular' routes in the UK to Rwanda has raised numerous human rights concerns – not least for LGBTIQ people and pregnant women

The ‘Big Power Off’ and the Importance of Fact-Checking

, 14 April 2022
Katherine Denkinson explores the genesis of the protest against rising fuel costs and the media’s unwitting part in promoting untruths

‘Boys are Going to School and we Are Not – It’s Injustice’: The Taliban’s Impact on Afghan Women’s Education

, 13 April 2022
Aaquib Khan pays another visit to a women's education institute in Kandahar and learns about the reversal in rights and empowerment girls are facing living in the country under Taliban rule

Boris Johnson is Fighting a ‘Culture War’ to Cling On to Power

, 11 April 2022
The Prime Minister's divisive comments about trans people are part of a broader attempt to replace his losing political war with a winning cultural war, reports Adam Bienkov

Exclusive How Hungary’s LGBT Activists Took on the State and Won

, 7 April 2022
In an exclusive UK interview with Sian Norris, Hungarian LGBTIQ activists tell how a campaign filled with hope and collaboration stopped Orbán from winning an ugly referendum
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