SU launches NUS referendum as part of LeadMCR
The Manchester Students’ Union is set to hold a referendum on whether or not they stay affiliated with the NUS, after its recent allegations of anti-semitism and Islamophobia
Will France succumb to conservativism and Islamophobia?
A fall to islamophobia and conservatism seems inevitable in France as the majority of presidential candidates boast right-leaning politics and xenophobic attitudes.
Chaos in lecture as students clash over Islam
The lecture, part of the Racism and Ethnicity in the UK module, saw a male student cause a prolonged disturbance after voicing a controversial opinion
Students outraged at Ofsted for schoolgirl hijab proposal
“This is England, for pity’s sake!” a student told The Mancunion criticising the proposal
Failures of the West’s counter-terrorism strategy
The UK could do much more to win the hearts and minds of British Muslims
Sciences Po Refugee Help
Sciences Po Refugee Help brings together asylum seekers with students passionate about helping refugees in an effort to “bridge the gap between those in need and those willing to act”
Newfound popularity for President Bush
America needs a real opposition to Donald Trump, not the plastic exterior of President George W. Bush’s recent resurgence in popularity
Preview: Islamophobia Awareness Month #IAM2016
November is Islamophobia Awareness Month and throughout this month several events will be held on campus to raise awareness of the challenges British Muslims currently face
Ignorance isn’t bliss
In the light of the biggest refugee crisis since WWII, Merle Streck discusses how the EU and Britain have proven themselves to be powerless and perhaps, heartless
How do we solve a problem like radicalisation?
‘Prevent’ is hypocritical and ignorant, but the problem goes much further than that
NUS refuse to condemn ISIS on grounds of “Islamophobia”
The NUS has voted down a motion to condemn Islamic state as they fear it had pro-intervention rhetoric and could be considered “Islamophobic”