On the Greek Islands where refugees face long waiting times and a lack of adequate facilities, women are being pushed to the margins of camp society as children are deprived of education and safe places to play. While governments and the EU fail to provide satisfactory support, and NGOs fight to fill the gaps, how can we stop a generation of women and girls with high hopes of independence and careers from being forced back into domestic roles?
In its new special report on climate change and land, the IPCC calls for more effective and sustainable land management, and more sustainable food consumption. But who is the onus on to go vegetarian, or look after land better?
This powerful political poem about the history of racism and the hope of resistance was written by the 14-year-old winner of the University of Warwick’s inaugural Writing Wrongs School’s Competition Junior Prize.
Protests against Birmingham’s Anderton Park Primary School’s ‘No Outsiders’ programme have raised questions about how Muslims and the LGBT community can co-exist. Our writer’s life straddles that divide.