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How does my hijab determine how I am perceived?

How does my hijab determine how I am perceived?

Why practising your religion should not prevent you from thriving.  Why does wearing religious garments or symbols marginalise you in society? From my experiences and observations, I found that it is not normal for people to carry visual symbols of their religion — in fact, many of these people face prejudice and discrimination. I found …

Extremism is Also a White Problem

Extremism is Also a White Problem

It seems almost impossible nowadays to go online without being inundated with alarmist news and polarising headlines. In the age of fake news, this information overload can make it hard to distinguish useful discourse form intentional misinformation. With constant news coverage often comes harmful shortcuts and ready-made conclusions, especially as it pertains to crime and …

Our cities are not designed with women in mind

Our cities are not designed with women in mind

Why we must reimagine urban public spaces to create a more equal and inclusive environment for London’s diverse communities.   When navigating the streets of London, have you ever considered for whom the city has been designed? Whether you and the person walking over the road can freely move around the city in the same way? …