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‘Fire on the other side of the sea’: domestic supply chain problems and other ‘migrant issues’

writes Geography student Yusuke Yasuda I’m not sure whether this has a positive or negative connotation, but I have been experiencing the impact of supply chain (or ‘migrant issues’!) daily since I’ve come to the UK to study migration. Part

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‘Don’t Look Up’: A reflective film on today’s attitudes surrounding the climate crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic

writes Media Practice for Development and Social Change student Cheyanne Bryan *Contains subtle spoilers for Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up’* Netflix’s recent star-studded film, Don’t Look Up, gives a not-so-subtle message about the urgency of the current climate crisis, however, many

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Global Studies student selected as CNN Hero

Writes Postgraduate International Development student Jenifer Colpas Fernández International Development student and Tierra Grata CEO Jenifer Colpas Fernández was selected as CNN Hero this year, in recognition of her remarkable work in Colombia, which has helped provide access to clean energy, water and safe sanitation to

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Dreaming of a Green Christmas

Writes International Development student Hannah Gardner  I absolutely love Christmas! But hate the waste it brings. Want to enjoy Christmas without the waste? Read on…   Appeasing the societal pressure With so many years of commercialism heaving down on the

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Isolation is not an option: UK international relations post-Brexit

writes Politics and International Relations student Alette Moller For some of us, Brexit is a word of the present which reminds us of an attitude of the past. An isolation which is suffocating in a multicultural world. For others, Brexit

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