Legacies of Partition in mental health

As the South Asian subcontinent marks its independence from the British empire, Gouri Sharma discusses calls for a deeper look at the emotional and mental scars inflicted by the Partition of 1947 Read More

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‘British values’: failures in colonial memory

With the 70th anniversary of Partition passing this summer, Maryam Jameela talks about the legacy of empire in today’s Britain Read More

How should we teach children about contested histories?

by Farah Elahi  In recent years, there have been numerous campaigns for the inclusion of marginalised histories in the national curriculum. These campaigns have been successful in retaining key black British figures such as Mary Seacole and Olaudah Equiano in history lessons. However, inclusion is not enough. We must go further, ensuring that these stories… Read More