• Should You Watch The Qatar World Cup? 

    Certainly controversial, allegedly corrupt, and seemingly amoral. The Qatar World Cup has highlighted the utterly broken state of football, the hypocrisy of the West, and the susceptibility of previously respected figures to shameless promotions. Daniel Evans shares his opinion of the horrors of Qatar’s World Cup, the dangerous stereotyping...
  • It’s Time To Rethink The Ethics Of Reality TV

    Urmi Pandit Channel 4’s documentary Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime analysed the consequences of one of the UK’s most popular reality TV shows – most recently, the suicide of Steve Dymond in May 2019. When a guest takes their life just a week after filming, for a show...
  • SYRIAN CIVIL WAR: THE CURRENT STALEMATE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR THE COUNTRY

    A review of the current stalemate and the future prospects for the Syria which is now 2/3rds under the rule of President Bashar al-Assad....
  • Why Farmers In India Are Still Protesting Eight Weeks On

    Indian farmers have been protesting outside of New Delhi for eight weeks now in retaliation to the new farming laws laid out by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in September of last year....
  • UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights Report On Black Rights

    On Wednesday 11th November, the UK Parliament's Joint Committee on Human Rights published a damning report on the government’s failure to implement previous recommendations regarding the protection of human rights in relation to black people. The report focused not only on the stark statistics highlighting the racial inequalities that...
  • Mercy Baguma: A Need For Change

    Abi Kara-Fernandes  On Saturday the body of Ugandan refugee Mercy Baguma was discovered through the sounds of the cries of her malnourished one-year-old son lying next to her. Although the death was initially treated as “unexplained” by Scotland Police, the true cause of this tragedy quickly became evident; the...
  • People And Planet Interview With James Evans

    Impact caught up with MA Philosophy student, James Evans, co-founder of the People & Planet Student action group. In the last week, they launched their Undoing Borders campaign, which aims to decolonise our university by resisting internal borders. Internal borders are often enacted through systems the majority of us...