Hannah Vallance argues that British Museums must de-colonise if they are to create space for indigenous communities in the mainstream historical narrative.
From inside the Misogyny is Hate campaign, Joe Penny, argues that men need to be more involved in the campaign for gender equality.
Hannah Vallance argues Corbyn’s pledge to change the way the British Empire is remembered and taught is fundamental in order to understand Britain’s place in the world today.
President of the Manchester Debating Union Jacklin Kwan on the question of free speech and safe spaces on campuses, arguing that their goals are the same and it’s just the semantics that sparks conflict
Cachella Smith argues that the discussion surrounding mental illness on social media and the internet frequently normalises depression and undermines its seriousness and its medical treatment.
London-based firm Leigh Day will challenge Lancaster over Consumer Rights Act
Women’s body hair feels like a secret that we must keep between ourselves
Reclaiming the space for intellectual, civilised debate
Jay Darcy writes about the need for campaigns for equality with regards to oppressed or minority groups either in race, gender or sexuality to recognise their overlapping aims.
A BDS protest against the unethical investment of the University of Manchester in defence of Palestinian rights was cut short by six police officers
The #iweigh movement which is spreading across Instagram empowers people by encouraging positivity about life not just body image, Sam Brougham writes that it is crucial in the current climate of mental health.
Sam Brougham discusses the relocation of the Pride festival in Manchester away from Canal Street due to planned redevelopments and what this means for the LGBTQ+ communities who have celebrated there for decades.
Sophie Marriott argues that despite a feeling of disenchantment with politics in the UK there is still a politically engaged base of youthful activists.
Kendrick Lamar’s win in the Pulitzer Prize music category is a watershed moment for the perception of hip-hop as an art form.