Category: Health

The Changing Face of Risk

With the largest celebration of LGBT communities in London taking place on Saturday 27th June as part of International Pride week, and the decision...

The Tourist Rush to Cuba: Is it right?

As the relationship between the United States and Cuba opens up, Tal Gurevich raises important concerns about ethical travel.  Tal also unpacks the troubling fascination...

The Politics of Band Aid

Does the backlash against Band-Aid centre attention upon the politics of celebrity activism? Charlotte Fraser looks at the role it has in detracting attention away from broader, structural...

Ebola and Fear: An economic analysis

The recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa has developed into an overwhelming humanitarian and global health crisis. However, as with any...

Ebola: ‘Africa’s problem’

How does the developed world respond to crises in the developing world? Sabrina Marsh explores the current Ebola outbreak in light of inequality, international aid...

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...