Government makes “pills by post” scheme permanently accessible in England. What does this mean for women? “People who don’t like abortion want it to be difficult and they want it Continue Reading
“The future is an Orwellian, 1984 type society” activist warns as Cambodia prepares to enact new restrictions on internet access.
Cambodia is preparing to introduce new restrictions on internet access that would route all activity through a single controlled gateway. The government would then be able to see and control all online activity in the country, in a similar way to China.
The Department for Education published figures showing a 23% increase in the number of families approved for adoption. Although children are waiting less time in care, Black children, children with additional needs and sibling groups wait the longest in care.
The Kremlin claims to have approved the application of “more than 16,000” fighters from the Middle East to fight alongside Russian forces in Ukraine. As the war in Ukraine continues Continue Reading
The dire humanitarian crisis sees children dying of starvation as Afghans struggle to make a living. (AP Photo/Mstyslav Chernov) Seven months since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, the country is Continue Reading
With six days until the first round of the French presidential election, incumbent centrist Emmanuel Macron leads the polls and is predicted to win a second term, however his environmental Continue Reading
What has been Happening? Ethiopia’s humanitarian crisis is one of the biggest in the world. In early November 2020, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed ordered troops to the Northern region Continue Reading
We are Kenyans Through and Through; Don’t Force Us Out. Refugees Plead as Kenya Gears to Close Camps
“I see myself as a Kenyan and Kakuma is my home” are the first words that come out of Shadrack Bazompora when asked about the looming closures of Kakuma and Continue Reading
Poland is on the road of restricting women’s rights once again, only a few months after the anti abortion law enforcement in January 2021. The country’s decision to leave the Continue Reading