A heartfelt display of the pandemic’s invisible grief
Bereaved families join to commemorate the loss of their loved ones to coronavirus in a powerful memorial.
Festivals are back, but where are the women?
The festival industry has always had a gender diversity problem. As festivals return this summer, Internation examines the data to see if anything has changed.
Can Europe’s cycling revolution outlive the pandemic?
Cycling has seen a surge in popularity thanks to the pandemic and improved infrastructure is making cycling safer and more accessible for all
Summer Holiday 2021: Is now the right time to book?
As vaccine rollouts began, it looked as though a summer holiday was in reach. However, in true COVID-19 fashion, these plans remain uncertain. The EU and the UK have been Continue Reading
A “hidden mental health crisis” is affecting British musicians
Since the beginning of the pandemic, music has kept us company. Stuck at home, we have found solace in Spotify and improvised dance challenges. Yet, for UK musicians, 2020 was Continue Reading
More than 68,000 fines issued by police for breaching COVID-19 laws
The latest data published by the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) shows a total of 68,952 fixed penalty notices (FPNs) were issued by forces in England and Wales between 27th Continue Reading
News “fixers” are international media’s local reporters—for now
News “fixers” have found temporary respite in being hired as local reporters by international media organisations, but is this sustainable?