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The Qatar World Cup is beaming misogyny around the world

Author : Sophie King-Hill, Senior Fellow at the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham One of the fundamental questions relating to the 2022 World Cup being hosted by Qatar...

Tackling climate change will require reforming the World Bank and IMF – here are...

Author : Nicola Limodio, Assistant Professor of Finance, Bocconi University A global transition to a low-carbon economy will require investments of at least US$4 trillion a year (£3.4 trillion) according...

why the result is so important to Biden and Trump

Author : Richard Hargy, Senior Teacher / PhD Candidate, Queen's University Belfast The outcome of the November 2022 US midterms is now clear. Republicans will narrowly take control of the...

heat on Qatar diverts attention from Fifa’s failure to tackle proven corruption

Author : Daniel Hough, Professor of Politics, University of Sussex Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 men’s football World Cup has provoked a fair degree of anger and confusion. Why, many...

Qatar’s death row and the invisible migrant workforce deemed unworthy of due process

Author : Jocelyn Hutton, Research Officer, Death Penalty Research Unit, University of Oxford Qatari authorities are ignoring international law by failing to inform embassies when their citizens are arrested, detained...

Wakanda Forever reclaims the myth of an African utopia

Author : Emily Zobel Marshall, Reader in Postcolonial Literature, Leeds Beckett University Black Panther is set in the fictional country of Wakanda. The creation of the Wakandan African identity has...

Zoe Gilbert’s Mischief Acts and reclaiming the myths of the natural world

Author : Joe Bedford, PhD in Literature and Languages, University of Leicester Every culture, by and large, has its myths of the natural world. There are myths of the forests,...

Banksy’s copyright battle with Guess – anonymity shouldn’t compromise his legal rights

Author : Enrico Bonadio, Reader in Intellectual Property Law, City, University of London Fresh from providing war-torn Ukraine with a series of murals, Banksy recently used his Instagram account to...

after a year of Taliban government, women are more oppressed than ever

Author : Hind Elhinnawy, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University The recent announcement that women and girls in Afghanistan have been banned by the Taliban government from...

Labour sounds like the Tories on immigration – but its policy goes back to...

Author : Erica Consterdine, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, Lancaster University Keir Starmer has given a glimpse of what immigration policy could look like under a Labour government. Speaking to...