The Peterloo massacre was one of the worst atrocities committed on British soil, but across the empire there were many such acts.
What Beijing could learn from the British response to the 1967 Hong Kong riots.
The vicious ideology that allegedly drove a gunman to kill 22 people in El Paso, Texas last week could be traced back to a tiny island on the eastern fringe of the Caribbean Sea
Germany praises itself for having declared a 'special responsibility' for Namibia since independence. But the relationship is viewed differently from Windhoek.
A new film chronicling the impact of racism on Indigenous football star Adam Goodes is both a damning and hopeful portrait of contemporary Australia.
The recent ruling to decriminalize same sex behaviour in Botswana may have a positive impact on the rest of southern Africa.
Migration helped forge the very social, cultural and economic infrastructures that Britain now seeks to wall off from the rest of the world.
Factors behind the hits and misses of the higher education sector in Kenya and East Africa. What needs to be done to address the problems.
Chinese media sees the protests very differently to Western media.
A scholar went on a Voodoo pilgrimage in Haiti and learned how an oppressive slave past has shaped its religious present.
This major exhibition examines Tasmania’s overlooked history of dispossession and frontier war.
The UK must accept that colonialism belongs in the history books, and that it must comply with its obligations under international law.
Modern western science must be stripped of the epistemological and methodological privileges it enjoys.
If hockey is to be a sport that brings people together and fosters what’s best about Canada, it needs to reckon with Canada's -- and hockey's -- history of racism and settler colonialism.
The Dutch holiday on May 4 that commemorates the country's dead from World War II and after reveals how Dutch policy divides people along racial lines and ignores the Indonesian dead in that war.
This is a transcript of episode three of The Anthill podcast series India Tomorrow on Kashmir.
Suicide bombers struck Sri Lanka's churches and hotels on Easter Sunday, killing and injuring hundreds of people. Seven percent of Sri Lanka's population is Christian – most of them Roman Catholics.
Much of the devastation of our globe's natural resources traces its origins to early colonialism. These relationships continue to define the extraction of resources that severely impact ecosystems.
Research shows that one way of challenging racism is to bring people together and to allow those who experience it to share their stories.
The solidarity conference by the Southern African Development Community (SADC) can be seen as a reaction to the gradual shift of power towards Morocco.