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This post has already appeared here. Picture credit: Sophia Loukaides/Frontline Club Can the Occupy LSX movements in London and around the world be linked to the uprisings during the Arab Spring? This was just one of the issues that divided … Continue reading
not necessarily a story of repression this post first appeared on the Frontline Club Forum Few garments have been as discussed as extensively or emotively as the veil, which for many in the West has become a symbol of the repression … Continue reading
The account of a passionate Italian activist who scorns indifference Among those who were caught up in the Libyan civil war there are those people who went there before the revolution to look for a better future. They came from … Continue reading
Multiculturalism: yes or not? It is hard not to question the “failure of multiculturalism” while walking along the streets of Southwark. In less than 100 meters you come across a Colombian café at the … Continue reading
The East London Mosque of Whitechapel has opened his doors this weekend to non-muslims. It will happen again next July and December. If you missed the chance this time, don’t lose it twice.
Whitechapel Gallery, named by the Financial Times “the centre of the most vibrant artistic community in Europe,” is famous to host the most innovative, daring and cutting-edge exhibitions in town. That of British artist John Stezaker’s works is not an … Continue reading