Young Nigerians are making their voices heard: the old ways of governance won’t be accepted, nor will limited, surface level promises. Farida Augustine reports.
A worldwide spark of civil uprising has taken governments by surprise this year, both in the East and West. Ted-Orme Claye explores the reminiscence of the Arab Spring movement and its consequences. As the UK […]
Floods of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Lebanon to protest the dire living conditions the country has endured for decades. Demonstrations began on the 17th of October, a number of days after Lebanon’s […]
“Fashion should always be looked to in protest” Stood outside Trump Tower, on a street carpeted with placards and protest slogans, Rihanna stands in a LAPP jumper emblazoned with the words “This Pussy Grabs Back” […]
The Real Junk Food Café is situated in Armley, a short bus ride south west from Leeds City Centre. Entering the town, it is easy to lose count of how many factory buildings had been […]
Our foreign correspondent in Montpellier experiences the recent university strike action first hand, but can she put aside her British embarrassment and embrace the joy of le revolution? One thing that really strikes me about […]
Following Russell Brand’s Newsnight interview urging for revolution, LS explores what revolution really means for students. Last week, in a fascinating Newsnight interview with Jeremy Paxman, comedian- cum-revolutionary Russell Brand made significant waves when […]
Staff at the University of Leeds went on strike on Thursday in protest over pay and cuts to higher education. They proceeded to join striking staff from Leeds Met and other members of the public […]