Tags: Activism

Another Turbulent Week in British Politics: Cabinet Reshuffle, Rwanda Scheme Blocked, and Labour Rebellion

The beginning of November was a tumultuous period in the United Kingdom as protesters clashed and the government fell into disarray. The Stork recounts these important events and their significance in British politics.

COP28: Humanitarianism or Hypocrisy?

As the beginning of COP28 draws nearer, it is important to set the goals for the conference and reflect on past failures.

Non-Violence is Not Effective: Why We Can’t Use India As a strong Argument

Gandhi incorporated this idea through the Hindu principle of satyagraha, which memorialised the Indian Independence movement as one of non-violence. However, there were a series of specific conditions in India that enabled the movement to avoid violence, conditions that definitely don’t exist in most oppressed communities. 

Nobel Prize Season: 2023’s Full List of Laureates

The Stork breaks down the list of 2023 Nobel Prize laureates and their important achievements.

“Always Prepared”?: how the 25th World Scout Jamboree descended into chaos

Welcome to the 25th World Scout Jamboree! 48,000 scouts of all ages gather together in South Korea before logistical mishaps, extreme weather phenomena, and organisational canyons turn the dream into a nightmare.

Should America sell its air to keep the world speaking English?

Will Mandarin soon take English’s place? Will we soon live in a Mandarin speaking world symbolic of China’s succesful economic triumph over the US? This is a reality that America avidly fights to prevent, but should we?

Should art be socially responsible?

Adding messages that most people find reprehensible may make viewing, reading or listening to a piece of art less entertaining. This could also reduce the money its creators make from it. Whatever the case, this view suggests that art should be socially responsible only insofar as this helps the artist achieve the aims for which the piece was created.

Football Should Shed More Light on Humanitarian Issues

Clubs have to change this standard when it comes to humanitarian aid and football. There are so many incredible opportunities to aid people and normalize doing so in the world of spectator sports. Football needs to leverage these, and we have to hold them accountable for choosing not to.

The Ethics of Consumerism: Is Gen-Z as Politically Correct as They Think They are?

Gen Z is most infamous for how politically correct they are. However, are they actually causing more harm than good as consumers in the economic market?

Todo por los artistas, pero sin los artistas: la nueva ley de Enseñanzas Artísticas Superiores genera rechazo

Se aprueba el proyecto de ley de Enseñanzas Artísticas Superiores, que afecta a la educación artística española por primera vez en más de treinta años.


Unwrapping the Magic of Latin American Christmas Celebrations

Grab your cafecito and come along to learn about the holiday experience in Latin America

FOMO: A University Student’s Biggest Enemy

There’s a phenomenon that tends to be common among university students, a phenomenon that for some has never been a problem, and for others can be confusing and frustrating. I'm talking about FOMO.

Social Media: An empowering tool for attention-craving narcissists.

Narcissism is on the rise and digital media has become a powerful tool to empower an attention-fame-craving society.