Nimo Omer discusses Riz Ahmed’s new short film The Long Goodbye and the fraught relationship between immigrants and a country that doesn’t seem to want them
The essay, which dealt with the ethics of socialist revolution, was flagged by Prevent at the University of Reading.
The controversial ‘Prevent’ policy was discussed by MP Kate Green, where she was asked about the futures of education and the Labour party
Books Editor Yasmin Mannan talks to the author and University of Manchester alumnus Qaisra Shahraz about writing, injustice, feminism, radicalisation, Muslim-Jewish relations, freedom of speech, Prevent, and the struggle of identity
As new counter-terrorism legislation Prevent is implemented in universities, the government name and shame institutions that have allegedly welcomed ‘hate speakers’ with views “contrary to British values”
Government counter-extremism guidelines on universities inviting controversial figures to speak has been ruled unbalanced, inaccurate, and unlawful
The university insists that email monitoring is within its rights, and is important to monitor potential radicalisation of students
With NUS elections a week away, Malia Bouattia, a candidate for NUS President, has been asked to clarify comments she has made regarding Jewish students and Zionism