You will change- An investigation into the use of blackface in Italy's public service RAI

I conducted an exclusive investigation into the use of blackface in Italy’s popular tv show Tale e Quale broadcasted on the public service RAI. On 8 April 2021 crowds gathered in Italian cities of Milan, Rome and Turin in front of the headquarters of the country’s public broadcaster RAI to protest against the use of blackface on the network’s show named Tale e Quale… read more:

The Periphery

I co-founded The Periphery- an independent multimedia/digital magazine narrating stories from the Global South, “for the youth, about the youth, by the youth.” I interviewed several young people in the region/across the world, from covering the Colombia 2022 Elections, #StopEACOP, to an exclusive report on alleged visa delays to attend #Stockholm+50 for Global South activists. I was the main video editor on all social media platforms, mainly Instagram and TikTok. Have a look across our website and social media to find out more!

Mystery of missing sea life in North Sea is ‘catastrophic’, say fishing crews

Fishing crews say the mystery of missing sea life in part of the North Sea is proving “catastrophic” for their livelihoods. Investigations are continuing into why large numbers of crabs and lobsters have been washed ashore on the Yorkshire and North East of England coasts over the last four months, amid reports from crews of sparse catches. A range of theories have been put forward, including the role of dredging and pollution, but no answer has been found.

Watch: Lisa Nandy: 'Somebody is lying' about Afghanistan pet evacuation

Speaking in Grimsby, Shadow Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Lisa Nandy said: “Somebody is lying about what happened... and I think it has become increasingly clear that the Prime Minister story’s not credible. He has not told the truth.” I shadowed PA Reporter Dave Higgens interviewing Labour Leader Keir Starmer and Shadow Secretary Lisa Nandy ahead of the Sue Gray report.

Leeds imam says Government failure to define Islamophobia ‘disappointing and frustrating'

Qari Asim, chairman of the Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board (Minab), was appointed as an independent adviser in 2019 to provide expert advice on a definition of Islamophobia to the Government. But Imam Asim, who is senior imam Makkah Masjid in Leeds, said that two-and-a-half years later no work has been done “because I am not given the resources or the terms of reference to undertake the work to define Islamophobia”.
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