The 28th Summer Olympics began last week with an understated but charming opening ceremony, fully encompassing a vision of universal equality, compassion and accord. But beyond Japan’s tracks, fields and pools it is hypocrisy and prejudice, not athletes, vying for gold.
The penultimate week of November bore witness to the seventeenth annual anti-bullying week across the United Kingdom. The event, hosted by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, seeks to raise awareness of the devastating impact of bullying throughout the British education system.
It’s fair to say if you’ve lived in a shared house for long enough, you’ll have come to know the pains of living alongside a guest that just won’t leave. Everyone else wants them to - they just don’t seem to know yet.