Love is for life, not just for Valentine’s Day
(4 minute read) Nicole Law didn’t expect that a heavy tome about love would prepare her so well for the annual February 14 romance-fest.
When defending freedom becomes attacking freedom
(3 minute read) A proposed UK law designed to protect women from duress could end up denying freedom of expression, believes Zuzana Revayova.
No rest for the dearly departed: religious freedom and crematoriums
(4 minute read) Qamar Rafiq discovers religious freedom has its limits beyond the grave.
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.
Magna Carta – a very modern charter
(6 minute read) Edward Kendall finds surprisingly relevant lessons from one of Europe’s greatest historical documents.
Losing friends: a free speech issue
(5 minute read) Jesselyn Lee reveals how expressing an unfashionable opinion can lead to social ostracisation. She views free speech as a social issue.
Freedom is not free: Myanmar and the struggle for democracy
(7 minute read) As demonstrations continue against the military take-over, Han Myo Win looks back to explain what is happening and why in Myanmar today.