Ceasefire Bites, Editor's Desk, New in Ceasefire - Wednesday, May 22, 2013 23:55 - 24 Comments
In light of newspaper layoffs and in the interests of continued professional education, we at Ceasefire are proud to continue our free online advisory course for journalists. This week's topic: how do you report violent death?
Blogs, Ceasefire Bites, New in Ceasefire, Politics - Friday, November 23, 2012 0:00 - 3 CommentsAlan Dershowitz's latest attempt to bring his usual “proportionality” to a farcical New York Times “debate” on extra-judicial killings leaves Peter Warren unimpressed.
Ceasefire Bites, Editor's Desk, New in Ceasefire - Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:24 - 29 CommentsA recent quote attributed to Noam Chomsky, on Israel's current assault on Gaza, has been widely circulated over the past few days. Except that it is neither recent nor (entirely) by Chomsky.
Blogs, Ceasefire Bites, Ideas, New in Ceasefire - Tuesday, October 30, 2012 0:00 - 1 CommentAmid the whirlwind of allegations and denials over the past few days and weeks, Terence Elliott-Cooper looks at the recent cases of overt racism in football, and the options available to those who are serious about kicking it out.
Ceasefire Bites, New in Ceasefire - Friday, September 28, 2012 0:00 - 0 CommentsAn exceptionally moving and informative film, 'Extradition', directed by Turab Shah, tells the tale of Babar Ahmed and Talha Ahsan who have been kept in prison without trial, and face extradition to the US, a country they have never set foot in.
Blogs, Ceasefire Bites, New in Ceasefire, Politics - Thursday, September 6, 2012 22:09 - 8 CommentsSara Chaudhry reports on the discriminatory interrogation she faced at the hands of immigration officials at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport and argues that, although her treatment might sound all too familiar to some, it should not be allowed to become normalised.
Blogs, Ceasefire Bites, New in Ceasefire, Olympics Watch, Politics - Saturday, July 14, 2012 19:43 - 1 CommentToday the UK’s leading black newspaper, The Voice, announced that they have been denied access to the Olympic Stadium for the London 2012 Games. While happy to exploit the sporting achievements of black athletes, the British Olympic Association are now literally unwilling to give black people a voice, argues Samantha Asumadu.
Ceasefire Bites, New in Ceasefire - Thursday, July 12, 2012 0:00 - 0 CommentsIn an environment of strained community-police relations, Nnamdi Kalu reports on the tensions of engagement, and how technology can strengthen police accountability to the public.
Ceasefire Bites, Film & TV - Thursday, June 7, 2012 0:00 - 0 CommentsCeasefire presents an exclusive excerpt featuring 'Master', a Venezuelan rapper who appears in ‘Hip Hop Revolución’, a new documentary on music, politics and revolution in Venezuela.
- Arts & Culture | Lutfur Rahman Verdict: An Overview
- Analysis | ‘Burning A Woman Who’s Already Dead': On (Not) Talking About Male Violence Against Women
- Comment | Theresa May’s Witch-Hunt of the Muslim Community Continues
- Comment | How the UK ‘security’ Industry Fuels Human Rights Abuses Around the World
- Ideas | First we take Athens, then we take Berlin? Syriza’s victory and the twilight of Neoliberalism
More In Politics
- Comment | The Maajid Nawaz Scandal: With ‘Feminists’ Like These, Who Needs The Patriarchy?
- Politics | Yemen: This is about geopolitical, not sectarian, interests
- Comment | The Last Stand: On the Lutfur Rahman Trial
- Comment | We Afghans Must Insure We’ll Never Have to Mourn Another Farkhunda
- Politics | From Ferguson to the UK: Racist State Violence is a Global Problem. So Must be the Resistance.
More In Features
- Interview | Bridget Anderson on Europe’s ‘violent humanitarianism’ in the Mediterranean
- Arts & Culture | Race, Migration and Politics: In Conversation With Gary Younge
- Interview | Aamer Rahman: “I never make up stories, all my stories are true”
- Special Report | A new front in the War on Terror in Bangladesh? The Avijit Roy Murder and the Manufacturing of Consent
- Special Report | How our governments use military charities to evade the real cost of their wars
More In Profiles
More In Arts & Culture
- Books | Review | Unmaking Merlin: Anarchist Tendencies in English Literature (Zero Books)
- Arts & Culture | Incorrigible Idealist vs. Impenetrable Darkness: The suspect politics of ‘The Honourable Woman’
- Books | Review | ‘Assata: An Autobiography’ by Assata Shakur
- Interview | Film | Annemarie Jacir: “I’m not interested in showing the West that ‘Palestinians are humans, too'”
- Interview | In the Shadow of War: Exploring post-conflict Bosnia