Pussy Riot, a collective whose creativity was born in the illegality of opposition struggle, recently visited Switzerland, a country where the State funds artists who criticise it.
By Megha Kaveri “I want to ‘feel’ things,” I told the librarian as I signed up for my membership. AContinue Reading
By Harvey Parafina There is something I always find peculiar with the way the TPG tram on line 15 bendsContinue Reading
By Kaavya Hari Aditi Dhir is a first year Master in Development Studies (MDev) student and baking enthusiast. In thisContinue Reading
Although the Awards may not enjoy a popularity akin to the Nobel prize or the Oscars, [the Martin Ennals Awards] are no less important. On the contrary, the MEA’s importance cannot be appreciated enough, as they honor and highlight the stories of those who risk their lives to fight for basic human rights; to create a better life for themselves, families, communities and beyond.
This article reviews the impressive anti-racist demonstration happening on June 9th in Geneva, placing it within a broader history of racism and police brutality in Switzerland.
Cet article revient sur l’impressionnante manifestation antiraciste du 9 juin dernier à Genève, et tente d’explorer les questions plus larges que posent les problèmes de brutalité policière et de racisme en Suisse.
by Harvey Parafina Director Philippe Burrin announced in an email yesterday that the Institute had officially moved into Phase 3Continue Reading