In the tribal region along the Durand line the government has taken a number of steps to improve security, which has made life difficult for locals. In Kunar Province of Continue Reading
Painting The Runway Green In recent years, the fashion industry has strived to push for sustainable fashion, but no one has made as massive a statement as Copenhagen, Denmark. When Continue Reading
Caspar Barnes sits down with the founder of the Ethical Journalism Network to find out what drove him to stand up for journalists’ rights. Aidan White glides into our early Continue Reading
News “fixers” have found temporary respite in being hired as local reporters by international media organisations, but is this sustainable?
By Vineet Malik | London, England | February 06, 2021 193 Died in River Sand Mining Incidents in India in 2019-20 The environment has been paying a substantial price over Continue Reading
Earlier this month the government has announced extra support to protect rough sleepers and vulnerable renters from the effects of the third lockdown in England. Backed by an additional £10 Continue Reading
A public consultation in England seeks a verdict on regulating gene-editing for crops and livestock in the U
In north-western Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) hundreds of migrants and refugees are facing up to freezing temperatures without access to adequate shelter, medical assistance or running water. Many sleep in makeshift camps in the forest or abandoned buildings – including families with small children.
Trouble seems to be constantly mounting for farmers demonstrating peaceful protest, challenging the constitutional validity and demanding to repeal the draconian farm laws in India. On Tuesday, a Constitutional bench Continue Reading
A third national lockdown is currently in place in the United Kingdom, and homeless people are once again at risk. The “Everyone in” policy From March on homeless people were Continue Reading