Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fall of a(nother) tyrant

In the aftermath of Muammar Gadaffi’s death, Josephine Forster considers a disturbing pre-occupation with the gory details of death. Josephine is a freelance journalist studying...

World Sight Day: The Fight for Sight

. An estimated 284 million people the world over are visually impaired. In order to mark Thursday’s World Sight Day 2011, Sarah Marsh looks at...

Why Aid India?

Freelance writer Kevin Perry considers the coalition’s controversial decision to safeguard funding for international development amidst cuts to the rest of the public sector. Having volunteered...