Prakash Khanal, PhD Thousands of years ago, mankind invented money. Initially money was made in coins made out of ‘mud’ and ‘leathers.’ Then man moved onto introducing money made out of ‘metal coins.’ Then mankind introduced monetary notes made out of paper. Nowadays money has been transgressing into digital forms.
H. Himal It has been a few years now since I bore both the stress and sadness of working in restaurants, and yet I miss the company of the British people I served there, who loved the hot, properly cooked curries and my sense of humour, no matter how tired
Nick Taussig With a new world order where money is placed above all else, British corporations are increasingly looking beyond the Great Isle – to the international market of talented
Oli Khan MBE, FRSA We know that there have been many casualties in this war on the global Covid-19 pandemic; its impact has been felt across different sectors, incomes and
Rasheed Ogunlaru There are multiple inequalities in our society: you see it play out in politics, business, in our homes, workplaces and communities. There are huge economic, class and social
Hom Paribag FRSA Everybody says that this pandemic is like war. Given that the amount of death, danger and difficulty it has put us through all at once is unprecedented.
Margret Laird The immediate aspect of the coronavirus pandemic which has assailed us since 2020 has been the striking contrast between the isolated and squeezed daily lives we have had
Margret Laird The social lockdown imposed upon us, due to Covid-19, has meant that Zoom funerals have had to become the norm. But it isn’t the same, is it? I
Hom Paribag FRSA Friends, those who know that we’re a bunch of people who care for the general well-being of society, they ask if we’ve any opinion regarding the matter
We’re delighted to announce English PEN 100 (24–26 September 2021) at the Southbank Centre, a three-day programme on themes of literature, exile, free expression, translation, activism, and solidarity, drawn from
Since the start of the pandemic, the world has been changing in ways we could not have predicted. At Missing People, we are concerned about mental health issues, financial pressures,
Angelina Jolie and Amnesty International have joined forces to create a powerful resource for children and young people to learn about their rights, with the publication of a hard-hitting new
Actress Sienna Miller is fronting this year’s #SecondHandSeptember campaign to raise awareness about the harmful effects fast fashion – clothes that are produced in high volume and at relatively low
Bill McGuire The prospect of dodging our temperate world’s journey into a hothouse hell looks increasingly bleak with every passing day. We think that business as usual, with a bit
Dr S. P It’s one of those days. The Caribbean sun playing tricks with your brain, where apathetic systems of governance seem to be matched only by the lack of