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The life and legacy of Mohandas Gandhi is under scrutiny in an era which seems, rightly or wrongly, to abhor contradiction. Talat Ahmed is co-director of the Centre for South ...

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Gurminder Bhambra explores the movements and campaigns known as ‘decolonising the university’, asking questions such as ‘why is my curriculum white’ and bringing attention to the Black, Asian, and Minority ...

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Why is a criminologist editing a book about austerity? Vickie Cooper argues that the public sector cuts known as austerity deliberately target already disenfranchised groups and are a form of ...

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Our lives as workers, consumers and citizens are increasingly monitored by new technologies. Simultaneously, big business and finance become increasingly less regulated and controllable. What does this technocratic ideology and ...

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The Mosaic Rooms and Pluto Press are delighted to host the launch for Sara: Prison Memoir of a Kurdish Revolutionary the second instalment in the gripping memoir by Sakine Cansiz, which chronicles the ...

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Explore masculinity and sex education during an evening with Pluto Press authors JJ Bola and Natalie Fiennes as they launch the new Outspoken series—a thought-provoking collection of political books for young people, platforming underrepresented voices and revealing ...

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BFI are screeningn the acclaimed documentary Captaine Thomas Sankara, which will be followed by a Q&A with Dr Ama Biney, Political Historian and contributor to A Certain Amount of Madness ...

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What is masculinity? Dominating the world around us, from Trump’s twitter outbursts to deadly gun violence, from male suicide rates to incels on Reddit and 4chan, masculinity is perceived to ...

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