Comment piece on civilian death toll and targeting civilian infrastructure. First published in The New Arab. 10,000 people have died as a result of the war in Yemen, over 5,000 of them have been civilians. Except we’ve been hearing that statistic for close to a year now, one that was conservative to begin with. Now, after […]

Interview with philanthropist Joe Kiani for The Iranian: If you want to change the world, start with the person next to you. It’s a good saying – but when it’s put into practice, that’s when great things start to happen. That’s what Joe Kiani will tell you as he pretty much lives by this mantra. […]

Report on recovery efforts six month after the Grenfell Tower fire. First published in Al Jazeera Online: At Notting Hill Methodist Church, six months after a deadly fire engulfed the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in West London, a young woman addresses the floor. “I lived on the 23rd floor of Grenfell Tower for 23 years,” the […]

Interview with Labour MP for Kensington & Chelsea Emma Dent Coad on developments six months after the Grenfell Tower fire. Includes video footage. First published in The Canary: It’s been six months since a fire ripped through social housing block Grenfell Tower in the West London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. And still little has […]

In-depth analysis on implications and involvement of Iran in Yemen’s conflict, using interviews with experts on Iran, Yemen and the Middle East. First published in The Iranian: Yemen, gripped by war, just experienced a major twist. While the country’s devastating humanitarian situation has caused international concern, the internal and geo-political dynamics of the conflict may […]

Opinion piece in Middle East Eye on CNN report of the Libya slave trade and action by world leaders: Last month, an undercover investigation by CNN revealed that black African migrants were being sold into slavery in Libya. Since the report broke, news on it has gone viral and world leaders have expressed outrage. But […]

Blog Post with Huffington Post UK on why residents of Notting Hill Housing and Genesis are protesting their merger, outside a major property event in London: Hundreds of exhibitors attended from across the whole spectrum of the housing industry. Social housing, commercial property developers, housing associations and local council representatives. This makes campaigners fear the […]