Tunisia’s battle against anti-women violence

A version of this article was originally published in The New Arab. Like much of the world, Tunisia is plagued with violence against women. What sets it apart, however, is that while it suffers one of the world's highest gender violence rates, the Tunisian government is now taking substantial measures to eliminate it. It seeks... Continue Reading →


Can economic reform alter social norms?

Author: Emily Clifford The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, has made history with the announcement of a $500bn megacity project, NEOM, during Saudi Arabia's Future Investment Initiative Summit, 24th - 26th October 2017. Source: Arab News Dubbed the ‘destination for the future,’ NEOM was born from Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, an ambitious... Continue Reading →

Humanity, has it really got any?

Guest poet and musician Eddy Morton of the West Midlands expresses his thoughts on the Syrian crisis in this powerful piece: Humanity, has it really got any? It must be an oxymoron Where will it end, heaven Knows A Syrian doctor in a German Town His two children their minds destroyed By guns and tanks... Continue Reading →

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