Soupidarity: why food aid needs more solidarity, not charity.

Rachel Coxon, BA Economics and Politics By compensating for austerity measures, organisations like food banks enable policymakers to construct food poverty as a matter of charity rather than a political obligation. When Britain’s first soup kitchens emerged in the early 1800s, they were immediately controversial. There was no shortage of need; with Britain in the […]

BSOC CHARITY GAMES NIGHT

By Arifah Chowdhury, BA Politics and International Relation SOAS Bangla Society’s objective is to embrace, empower and educate the Bengali culture within the larger SOAS community. This is a space for both Bengalis and non-Bengalis to be able to explore and interact with the rich culture that Bangladesh and its people have to offer. Whether […]