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Egypt: A Hidden Uprising

"In pursuit of stunting the organization of uprisings, more than 2,000 Egyptians have been arrested in the last two weeks, preventing protest leaders and organizers from continuing to lead. A number of those jailed are still waiting to be released"

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18 Nov 2018

‘Anti-intellectualism’ is hostility directed at academics and thinkers, which can be poisonous to society due to how it allows academics to be scapegoated, and regimes can subsequently avoid political...

10 Nov 2017

The Rohingya have been described as the 'world's most persecuted minority'.

Fuelled by the recent outbreak of violence in August 2017, the humanitarian predicament in Myanmar is deteriorating at an un...

2 Nov 2017

Who are the Rohingya and what is happening to them?

In looking to the crisis in Myanmar and the plight of the Rohingya people, the extent of the devastation is clear. Since August, 537,000 have fled fr...

1 Nov 2017

The plight of the Rohingya people is a story of oppression and rejection, generation after generation. They are a stateless ethnic minority from the Rakhine state in Myanmar, as well as a religious mi...

Amidst headlines saturated with an almost frenzied coverage of the recent United States presidential election, many news stories are drowned out and often go underreported, especially those involving...

2 Oct 2014

A few weeks ago the BBC published an article criticising the Thai government’s decision to deport over 1,000 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar, where they face almost-certain prosecution. The news comes mo...

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