The final whistle has blown on another thrilling Premier League season, and as a devoted Tottenham fan, I’m thankful. But amidst the cheers, celebrations and commiserations, a dark cloud lingers over the sport we love – racism. It’s a chilling reality that continues to rear its ugly head on the football pitch, staining the beautiful […]
Inequality & Justice
Explore the dynamics of inequality and social justice. Investigate systemic issues such as economic disparities, racial discrimination, and social exclusion. Reflect on the barriers and strive for a fairer, more equitable society.
This week saw a 258-page Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report published in the UK. It declares the UK no longer has a system rigged against ethnic minorities. Pat yourself on the back, Britain and grab a glass of prosecco; we’ve fixed institutional racism! Considering the Macpherson Report at the end of the last
Last month marked the 19th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. A vicious attack on the United States and the single deadliest terrorist attack in human history. We know about the devastation caused on that day, and I can imagine 9/11 is one of the darkest days of most of our lifetimes. However, this blog post will
If we didn’t know before COVID-19, we certainly know now! Health and social constitutions around the world are in crisis. Looking at the UK specifically, the rapid dismantling of the UK’s NHS, privatisation and neoliberal policies are encouraged and employed. Procedures are being established to bring health and social care services together into much more
It remains unambiguous that racism is still tenaciously clinging onto the back of society. Racism, discrimination and bigotry are woven so finely into the Western World’s structures, people can see them as things that are just there: a fact of life. One of my favourite pastimes is to look at the comments section of news