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Positive Diaries: Human beings coming together to support each other in Ferguson

Ferguson has erupted into an all out clash between militarised police and protesters after police shot an unarmed child. Often...

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Don’t mention the Saudis: The West conceals the real source of ISIS terror

“Still, donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide.” This claim...

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Internet censorship is the wrong move

Recently, it was published by Edward Snowden that 90 percent of those monitored by the NSA are your average...

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Why Games With Female Leads Don’t Sell

Only 24 out of a sample of 669 games released over the past seven years have had a female-only lead character....

by - 18/08/2014

‘The Scale’ Part II, by Adam Steiner

The Scale (requiem for MC) By Adam Steiner Part I II Thump-crack following Sheaves of light Scratch away at day’s shadow,...

by - 17/08/2014

Is paper becoming an antique?

In a world that is rapidly consuming valuable resources, it is hard to even consider the idea that paper becoming increasingly...

by - 15/08/2014

Marina Abramović: 512 Hours – A recollection of my lost hour

‘Are you looking forward to it?’ The slender guy beckoning the queue forward asks when I finally reach the head of...

by - 11/08/2014 -

University, job or nothing…

Right now in my life I am at the crossroads of waiting for my AS results and deciding whether to go...

by - 20/08/2014

Pupil premium fails thousands of disadvantaged school kids

An extra £29 million in pupil premium funding is needed to raise the slipping grades of an ‘invisible group’ of students...

by - 20/08/2014

How much do you know about Hip-hop?

View our WHAT’S HAPPENED TO HIP-HOP? article for more info!

by - 15/08/2014

‘Darwinism’ has been misconstrued

Charles Darwin was a British scientist who during his many travels in the 1800s, observed a wide variety of animals, from...

by - 13/08/2014 -

Starting your own Fashion Brand, interested? Interview with INRebel.

CEO of INRebel, Susan Idama, spoke to Shout Out UK about starting her own fashion label, her vision and passion to...

by - 30/07/2014

Raised on Porn – Should we educate young people about porn?

Interview with Declan Kenny, the producer and presenter of Raised On Porn: A documentary questioning whether we should educate young people on porn, rather...

by - 14/07/2014

Glasgow’s Reborns – The Baby Supermarket

I turned at Del Boy’s Way and strolled down the narrow pathway looking at the shops on either side. Customers examined...

by - 08/07/2014

Interview with Helen Reece: Is Rape Different?

The question whether rape is different may seem to some a question with a rather obvious answer. Yes, it is. It...

by - 16/06/2014

The Revival of Nigerian Media

Malcolm X famously said that “the media is the most powerful entity in the world”. However, this has not been the...

by - 21/08/2014

Nefertari: Goddess of the people

She was the Queen who received paramount rewards in the afterlife; a magnificent tomb (QV66 in the Valley of the Queens)...

by - 15/08/2014

Is the ANC the only party for South Africa?

Post-Apartheid South Africa has seen only one party rule. For 50 years since the famous Rivonia Treason Trial and ANC party...

by - 13/08/2014

Boko Haram Begin Invasion Of Cameroon

The infamous Boko Haram has begun to take their rule of terror out of Nigeria and into neighbouring Cameroon. The recent...

by - 04/08/2014

An uncertain future for Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines have been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons of late, and through no fault of their own....

by - 30/07/2014

Japan’s Energy Mix

Approximately 70 percent of global carbon emissions come from the world’s energy sector, and globally, energy use is predicted to increase...

by - 23/07/2014

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Look Back at the creation of Israel from Palestine

Restricted movement, high unemployment and widespread poverty are just a few examples of the sufferings experienced by families currently living in...

by - 21/07/2014

VIKRAMADITYA SANGWAN (SHOUT OUT UK’S INDIA CORRESSPONDENT) AWARDED FOR BENEFITING THE POVERTY STRICKEN

A young Indian student, Vikramaditya Sangwan, has received an award from the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the presence of a...

by - 11/07/2014

University, job or nothing…

Right now in my life I am at the crossroads of waiting for my AS results and deciding whether to go...

by - 20/08/2014

One day in information war

In November 2013, the Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych suddenly changed his mind towards signing an association agreement with the EU. Later...

by - 20/08/2014

Democracy in the UK, where is it?

Democracy. If such a thing does exist in the UK, I have yet to see it in practice. In the twenty-first...

by - 20/08/2014

Pupil premium fails thousands of disadvantaged school kids

An extra £29 million in pupil premium funding is needed to raise the slipping grades of an ‘invisible group’ of students...

by - 20/08/2014

Positive Diaries: Human beings coming together to support each other in Ferguson

Ferguson has erupted into an all out clash between militarised police and protesters after police shot an unarmed child. Often such civil...

by - 21/08/2014

Obama: loose bear or lame duck?

You may have recently, come across a series of memes or Twitter hashtags featuring the words “so sue me”. These were...

by - 21/08/2014

Racially Charged Protests in Ferguson Missouri

The shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri has led to the use of tear gas and rubber bullets as part of...

by - 19/08/2014

Farewell, Robin Williams: a reminder of why we need to understand depression

It’s no surprise that the death of Robin Williams has affected so many who feel a tremendous devotion to him and...

by - 18/08/2014

Colombia: Out but not down

Until the World Cup the word ‘Colombia’ would probably have invoked ideas of either a prestigious university in New York City...

by - 28/07/2014

Ca$h, Controversy and Corruption: But still the best World Cup ever?

This year’s World Cup in Brazil has not failed to impress us, with a record 136 goals scored in the group...

by - 16/07/2014 -

FIFA’s hypocrisy on human rights

With eyes across the world turning to the World Cup, Brazil has been placed under the microscope of the worldwide media....

by - 11/07/2014

Ya-who? Yasuní national park fighting for its life

Deep in the Ecuadorian Amazon lies one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. In one hectare of the Yasuní...

by - 24/06/2014

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