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Professor Lutz Marten explains why now is the time to learn one of Africa’s multiple languages.
Discover the Black history of London on a walking tour during Black History Month, from Islington to Soho, Hackney to the City.
UK Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and SOAS alum David Lammy on how key 2020 will be for Black history.
The Jewish Leadership Council (JLC), which helps connect and coordinate the Jewish charitable sector, has recently appointed SOAS alumna, Claudia Mendoza, as joint CEO of
Starting university is a nervewracking – but exciting – time. This year, Welcome Week – the orientation period before the official start of term –