Éric Zemmour has launched his own presidential campaign for the 2022 French Elections, leading the Reconquête (Reconquest) Party; the polls show that so far, he is in a good position. Dylan Kane examines what this could mean for French politics.
Tensions are growing in Catalonia after a court ruled in favour of a family who requested a greater influence of the Spanish language in their child’s school. Dylan Kane reports.
The Kurds are the largest ethnic minority in Turkey, but have faced persistent violent assaults on their culture, language, and livelihoods since the First World War. Tasha Johnson speaks to Hüseyin Bahur about his experiences living as a Kurd in Turkey.
Abby Backhouse joins Reclaim the Night on their 44th annual march against gender-based violence.
Isabel Ralphs speaks to Jed Aitchison from Buy Nowt, to find out how its ‘Library of Things’ is making life in LS6 easier, cheaper and more sustainable.
Following the sentencing of Sarah Everard’s killer, the conversation around the death penalty has risen to new heights. Ruby Winter examines the arguments for and against capital punishment, and considers what its reintroduction in the UK would look like.
Clarissa Leung discusses the history of racial abuse in the US healthcare system and the negative perceptions is has created for Covid vaccines.
Isabel Ralphs speaks to BME Hub, a local Leeds charity, discussing their work and how minority voices can be heard.
Alex Gibbon speaks to Medicine’s new point of contact for those wanting a safe space to speak out
Following US President Biden’s remarks about Armenian Killings being a “genocide”, Tasha Johnson dissects Turkey’s protracted history of Kurdish erasure and what the term “genocide” entails.
Oran O’Neill attempts to answer the question of our times: “What is the future of Ireland post-Brexit?” and touches on the Northern Ireland riots, the creation of an “Irish Sea Border” and several other points of tension.
Isabel Ralphs delves deep into the opioid pandemic and details why it is no longer an American epidemic.