15.3.18

Next on the US Telecoms Agenda - Downgrading Broadband

The US telecoms industry lobby, American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T), Verizon and Comcast have successfully pushed their regulator, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), to get rid of net...

13.3.18

International Concern Over Syria’s Eastern Ghouta

An illegitimate ceasefire was agreed and then overturned last month in eastern Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus, the capital of Syria, as heavy fighting and intense shelling resumed two days later, according...

03.3.18

We Are Building School No.2 in Africa in 2018

HERE’S TO A NEW PROJECT THIS YEAR! It is 2018 and I am so excited to embark on a new venture this year, building school No.2 in the Gambia with a group of amazing people who I’ve met over the...

21.2.18

Somaliland’s Revolutionary Rape Law

Somaliland – not to be confused with Somalia – has taken an exemplary step in the right direction with its recent passing of the law surrounding rape. Before the new law (that precedents rape as illegal...

04.2.18

Racism in the U.K.

The referendum vote to leave the European Union in the U.K. demonstrated several sad truths. One of which is a distinct shift in racial tolerance. According to the Home Office, “In 2016/17, there were...

28.1.18

Housing Affordability and Smart Cities

Only a few decades ago there were just a handful of megacities around the world. Now there are already more than one thousands cities with between one and two million inhabitants and forty megacities with...

23.1.18

Community and Race and the Problems We Face

We are living in a dynamic and curious new era. Technology has advanced at an exponential rate, bearing witness to the sheer influx of computer science, particularly artificial intelligence, yet the people...