Palatinate interviews President of Durham's Intersectional Feminism Society, Hannah Brown, on the successes and shortfalls of the #MeToo campaign, the inclusion of marginal communities and the effect of the movement on men as well as women.
"The NHS app follows the growing trend of eHealth services." Marie Louise explains the significance of health secretary Matt Hancock's new NHS app for modernising healthcare.
Sophia Obrecht writes that it’s time we appreciated our shared European values which date back for centuries: from culture and art to sporting prowess
Rebecca Mingard discusses the complicated role of social media in organising and implementing social change.
"As opposed to the first film, in which Mr Incredible realises he is not “strong enough” to succeed alone, Elastigirl thrives in her independence and is in the spotlight until the very end; proving to herself and her husband that she is his...
Jonty Bayliss considers whether criticism of Israel constitutes anti-Semitism and if so where the line between the two lies. Can free speech always be a defence?
Josh Preston argues that the claims of ‘protection’ and ‘safety’ that no-platforming arguments rest upon are at best false, at worst dangerous to our generation’s health.