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Domestic Violence Poem
Bang! Bang! The door screams; In he walks, gap-toothed thing suffering from personality disorder He is at it again, displaying
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Dark Art by Dana Oswald Lakat
“I find that art saves me each day, helping to cope with depression, chronic pain, and life in every aspect.
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The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen
The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen It’s not so often in the media that we hear
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The People of Sylhet, Bangladesh
“Through my photography I hoped to portray both the happiness and beauty of Sylhet, as well as the authenticity of the
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Commercialisation of Islam
Commercialisation of Islam I remember when Ramadan was the time the Muslim market would be at its peak, everything from
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The Strength of Canada’s Indigenous Women
The family members of Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women and girls, captured by Canadian photographer Jon Adaskin. The scale
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#WorldHijabDay Sarah’s experience
#WorldHijabDay Sarah’s experience “I could listen all day to the women’s stories of why they individually chose to wear hijab
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#WorldHijabDay Alicia’s experience
#WorldHijabDay Alicia’s experience “For me, being able to talk to a Muslim woman about the hijab and learn more about
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A Day Amongst Bhalil’s Cave Dweller
A Day Amongst Bhalil’s Cave Dweller Ever since I was a young girl, maps fascinated me. My father had gifted
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A Man of War

A Man of War

A Man of War A letter from a Syrian soldier to his wife Everyone was sleeping dreaming of homeland, freedom and love. I was alsoRead More →

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Capturing Nigeria’s Diverse Individuals

Capturing Nigeria’s Diverse Individuals

Capturing  Nigeria’s Diverse Individuals Ajobiewe Tolulope, a photographer based in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria uses his camera to capture the infectious joy of the averageRead More →

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Children of Cambodia’s Trash Mountain

Children of Cambodia’s Trash Mountain

Children of Cambodia’s Trash Mountain Life for some of Phnom Penh’s poorest families  is a messy one. They live amid mountains of garbage in Stung Meanchey,Read More →

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Let’s dance for Newroz

Let’s dance for Newroz

Let’s dance for Newroz Reminiscing the happiness of my homeland  Newroz refers to the celebration of the traditional Iranian new year holiday of Newroz in Kurdish society. Before the Islamization ofRead More →

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Paralysed and Positive

Paralysed and Positive

Paralysed and Positive “I got fed up of suffering” I spoke to Steven Webb who has been paralysed since 1991, and  suffers from autonomic dysreflexia.Read More →

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The Journey Since 9/11

The Journey Since 9/11

The Journey Since 9/11 Reflections on Peace Many organisations and individuals have written on ‘ten years since 9/11’. Like them I would like to express heartfelt sadnessRead More →

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The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen

The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen

The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen It’s not so often in the media that we hear of the happenings in Yemen,Read More →

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