Uyghur Muslims: Oppression and Forced Labour – A New Trend For The Fashion Industry?

Featured Image: Lutpulla – Anonymous “Kindness is a mark of faith and whoever is not kind has no faith.”  – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) . . . The History: Uyghurs are a Muslim minority group in Xinjiang, a northwestern region in China. Xinjiang is the ‘so-called’ home to 10 million Uyghurs. From having their own culture…

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The Children Deemed Worthy of Justice in the UK

Featured Illustration: Nasiha On Thursday, 3rd May 2007, Madeleine McCann, a three-year-old girl from Leicester, disappeared from her holiday home in the Algarve region of Portugal. Her peculiar disappearance immediately caused distress and outrage within Portugal and the United Kingdom. Guests at the resort in Praia da Luz even said that they could hear people…

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COVID-19: The Story of Women Refugees in Uganda

Featured Images: Matilde Simas COVID-19 has altered our lives forever. Many of us have not seen our loved ones and we aren’t able to go to our favourite places or eat our favourite take out. What we know as normal has been stripped from us. Now imagine this: there is no virus, but you live…

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Notes on the Migrant Caravan

Faced with the undeniable humanitarian crisis on Mexico’s southern border, it is necessary for Mexicans to face the profound hypocrisies regarding our treatment of asylum seekers, and reaffirm our sense of empathy and solidarity.

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