Vilma Ellemark writes about what is behind the fragrant bouquets at florists and supermarkets, and what consumers can do for those working in the global supply chain of cut flowers.
The Role and Status of the Translator: Friedrich Schleiermacher’s Formula
Enlight writer Heghine Aleksanyan dissects the translator’s role in media, highlighting the differences between translating news articles and the more traditional fields of scholarship and arts.
Ara Güler: The Eyes of Istanbul Were Closed
Famous faces are not the only thing that makes Ara Güler’s photographs remarkable. The excellence of “The Eye of Istanbul” lay in his way of capturing people with almost childish enthusiasm.
The Power of Art in Times of Crises
The loss of art that we are currently experiencing sheds light on its true value.
Moving away from the White Saviour Complex
After previously facing criticism for promoting stereotypes, Comic Relief has decided to change the way they portray and raise money for Africa.
Women of Afghanistan – An Excerpt
Turkan Omari, a young graduate who is currently writing her …
Who’s laughing now? How the Joker became a symbol for anti-government protests around the world
Text by Patricia da Matta The last weeks of October …
Anyone else fed up with hypocritical Hollywood?
Anyone else fed up with hypocritical Hollywood? By Rebecca Hartill …
The West Bank barrier – security or apartheid?
Written by Selma Aalachi With a third of the world’s …