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Feminism’s last battle

(12 minute read) Abigail Favale untangles the strands of a constantly evolving debate which risks turning into an Armageddon moment for feminism.

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Can the Catholic Church be trusted?

(7 minute read) Ronnie Convery looks at potential solutions to the crisis of credibility currently experienced by the Catholic Church.

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Trust: the magic touch for healthy relationships

(5 minute read) Why has there been such a breakdown of trust in our society, and how can we overcome it? Asks Juan Narbona.

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Navigating the post-Brexit world

(6 minute read) A French national living in the UK opens her heart about the challenges and opportunities of living in Britain after Brexit.

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Opening the Afghan hurt locker

(3 minute read) All you need to know in three minutes about the horror story unfolding in Afghanistan. By Taha Iqbal.

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Gold or bust?

(3 minute read) Are top athletes justified in pulling back from major competitions? Neo Kalungu-Banda asks.

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LifestyleThought-provoking

The curse of busyness

(4 minute read) The phrase ‘I don’t have time’ should be banished from our vocabulary, says Tascha von Uexkull. Because the truth is quite different.

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“I think more about what I can do than my limitations”

(5 minute read) Xavi Argemí is a young man who needs 24/7 attention. He can’t walk or do the normal things other young people do. But he wants the world to know how happy he is.

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FamilySocial IssuesThought-provoking

What’s going on in Hungary: an attack on the LGBT movement or a defence of the family?

(6 minute read) Kristof Eger scrutinises the polarising new legislation which has pitted his country against the European Union.

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Mental HealthSocial IssuesThought-provoking

Less talking, more spending

(6 minute read) Emily Bashforth argues that eating disorder clinics need better funding and more government support to reach those at risk.

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