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Anjum Peerbacos

Anjum Peerbacos
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Angels, murderers and worshippers

How are young people to make sense of the media response to Christchurch? Words matter. So why are media studies being stripped from our English curriculum just when our young people need it most? An ‘angelic boy’: this is how…

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Shamima Begum: What went wrong?

 As a British Muslim woman, parent and teacher, I’m horrified by our Home Secretary’s handling of the Begum case – not least because he’s wasting the opportunity to learn more about how extremist grooming works – and how it can…

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Beyond caricature?

British journalist Rod Liddle has managed to upset and rile women, men, people of colour, mothers and athletes in one fell swoop. His attempt at drawing a cartoon of Serena Williams – following suit from a media furore which resulted…

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Milly the Pollen Fairy

Okay, so I’ve had a day and a half to take on the severity of what is actually happening in the world. Donald Trump will be president of America. Just take a moment to let that sink in. My daughter…

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