The world is turning its back on Syrian refugees. In Britain, a scant 200 children have been admitted after the closure of the infamous Calais Jungle. Britain can do better, argues Philippa Willits.
Ched Evans’ rape conviction was just overturned because the judge allowed his victim’s history into evidence. That outdated approach to hearing rape cases suggests that some victims are “deserving.”
Migrants in Britain are taking on xenophobia with #OneDayWithoutUs, reminding Britons of everything they do for the UK.
The women of Poland organised in a powerful ‘Black Monday’ protest to change the tide on a highly restrictive abortion bill.
Being shouted at and called a ‘scrounger’ is a routine occurrence for disabled people in Britain, and it’s time for nondisabled people to do something about it.
The UK outlawed revenge porn, but did it make a difference? A disappointingly low prosecution rate suggests there’s much need for reform.
Members of the education and LGBQT community team up to talk about how to make schools safer for LGBQT youth.
Charley Pattison, the Green Party spokesperson for Justice, talks to Global Comment about Theresa May’s promise to scrap the Human Rights Act and what it means for Britain.
Trans kids just want to have a wee: Why are cis adults making it so hard?
Japan’s largest mass murder since the Second World War is going largely undiscussed, as are its implications. Here’s why you should care that 19 disabled Japanese people were knifed to death in their beds.