More than 900 people in Haiti are believed to have died after the country was devastated by Hurricane Matthew on 4th October. The official death toll still stands at 336, however, many more have been reported dead or missing, or...
The American presidential race is now in full swing, and whilst the propaganda machines are in full swing ahead of the so-called Super Tuesday on 1st March – the biggest day in the election calendar thus far, when 15...
Hannah Fillier lifts the cover on sex trafficking.
One year after the inauguration of Donald Trump, the US Government shutdown. From 20-23 January, non essential government services stopped working throughout the US, and thousands of federal workers stopped being paid. The shutdown happened as the Senate failed to...
Tensions have emerged in Madrid over transgender representation, after a bus promoting an anti-trans message was removed from the roads by police following widespread condemnation in the city and further afield. The bus, operated by the far-right Catholic organisation Hazte...
2016 is likely to be a defining year in the history of the European Union. Nearly just one month in to the year and already the evidence is clear: the continued problems caused by the migrant crisis has led...