Sam Mannion believes that the Government should spend more time acting on the welfare of prisoners with mental health issues rather than complaining that they have little to do with their time.
Charlotte Witso makes the argument as to why we should care about Human Rights Campaigning, and why some campaigns aren’t as frivolous as some believe.
As nationalism levels soar in Britain and Europe, Michael Higgs analyses the reasoning behind the proposed British Bill of Rights, and argues that it would be “utterly ineffectual in reality”.
Here, Sam Morris make several arguments as to why we shouldn’t prohibit the selling of illegal drugs, and instead the benefits that could come from government regulation of drugs
James Donnelly remembers the relationship between Margaret Thatcher and Augusto Pinochet as a tragically misguided accord
Sheffield University’s LGBT committee is raising money for SMUG, a gay rights organization in Uganda, and here Siobhan Bligh explains why.
Salma Haidrani explores the issue of multiculturalism and whether it has been a success or a failure.
Article by Yael Shafritz.
Opposition to the Death Penalty in the USA needs not only a powerful voice but a voice amongst the powerful.
Article by Phil Armitage, Co-Chair of Sheffield University Amnesty International Group.
In this article, Joe Lo asks what it would take for us to see a repeat of the riots.