Published in: 50.50: FeatureHow trans footballers are finding community in grassroots sport
Vicious backlash against trans people in sport hasn’t stopped players finding supportive, nurturing teams
Living the double life: behind the lies of women's daily lives in Egypt
The consequences of living this sort of double-life go far beyond family disagreements.
Mo Salah, the revolution and Egypt’s defeat
The real trouble with Egypt is that it’s a place where hope never lives, but never truly dies. العربية
Unhappiness and Mohamed Salah’s Egypt
Salah is a hero of disruption, a political voice without talking politics.
Architects for Social Housing: fighting a political 'crisis'
London’s housing ‘crisis’ is not a result of faceless economic forces: it has been carefully prepared and legislated...
Credit where it's due? How to reform and make the most out of Universal Credit
We can radically improve Universal Credit so it speaks directly to today’s social evils.
How it became easier to borrow than it is to save: understanding the silence of the poor
Busy promoting a fantasy world of morally virtuous work and discipline, our policymakers are a long way from...
Six ways to break British research
To maintain British biological and veterinary research, we need to think honestly and critically about campaigns...
Published in: oDRRussian provincial life: down on the farm
In any country farming is a hard life, but in Russia the mass exodus to the cities of people of working age has had...
Published in: oDRSpringtime for Lukashenka?
Effective opposition in Belarus has traditionally been limited by a limited sense of nationhood, a deeply controlled...