In order to get students warmed up prior to the António Guterres event we’ve reached out to a handful of experts to get their thoughts on the topic.
“No matter which party wins, voters are more concerned about sustaining the peace”
Voting has begun to elect a new President of India. The winner will replace Pranab Mukherjee, who has held office since 25 July 2012.
Alumni Fatima and Elise are putting their skills in diplomacy and advocacy to good use
Terrorism, disease, war – the world’s a scary place when viewed through your smartphone.
I specialise in conflict issues in Africa, including the causes of mass violence and peace and justice responses to violence. My interest in these topics
With this signature, the threats to migrant communities throughout the US have increased dramatically
The #DerayatSOAS event last week was at full capacity, the crowd full of eager faces, myself included. We had come to listen to Deray Mckesson, an American civil rights activist and educator.
A packed lecture theatre within the walls of SOAS University of London can hardly be described as a “tough room” for Wole Soyinka – the
SOAS University of London has issued a statement regarding the recent Brexit vote: “Our Director was vigorous and robust in her support for continued membership