Photoseries: Mexico City’s fight for love

Culture Editor and real life Indiana Jones, Elliote Long, shares these photos taken as she witnessed the equality march in Mexico City… Captions and photographs are the words and sentiments of Elliote Long                                    

Who am I? The identity crisis

Annie Komarova reflects on her struggles with identity since leaving Ukraine in 2008 ‘Hey, you must be so excited to be going home tomorrow!’ I said enthusiastically as I stepped into Anna’s bedroom. She was returning home after a long first term at university. I could tell she was ready to go, she’d been talking…

Why I joined the Women’s March on London…

The Women’s March was a powerful statement of non-compliance and protest against an incoming administration, and the stagnant position of women in general, The Amnesty spoke to some amazing activists who expressed their motivations for marching too… Last week, I wrote a rather damning assessment on the future and face of the Feminist movement. I particularly…

Hi from the Human Interest Division

So we thought we say a quick hi before you began reading all our exciting stories. Here at the Human Interest Division, we’re a pretty cool team! Our stories are broad, the people we speak to are incredibly interest and content wise we’re as cultural as it gets (sorry Culture division). One of the things…

Situation in Syria: an internationally orchestrated crisis?

It is clear that the International Community has failed the Syrian people, but Omar wonders which part of the ‘International Community’ is most to blame? Another year has passed, and the situation in Syria remains critical. The worst refugee crisis since the second World War, the skyrocketing number of war crimes and human rights violations by…

A portrait of the Uruguayan Gaucho

Mythologised as nomadic, isolated figures, Gauchos were enlisted by warring Colonialist militias in the bloody battles between Europeans countries over ownership of the fertile land.