Summit provides opportunity to showcase modernity of Kigali and government achievements.
Understanding how our ancestors may have benefited from industrialisation and colonialism could help us become more climate-friendly citizens.
An Anglican Aboriginal pastor who attended the COP26 climate conference shares his perspective on Indigenous knowledge in dealing with climate change.
From the tax we pay to the wine we drink, many policies in Britain today have their roots in imperialism.
Incorporating lessons from Ryerson University’s renaming process could help Canadian institutions address colonization.
When a patriarchal society is combined with a history of colonialism, women in that country are at heightened risk of gender-based violence.
The IPCC’s latest climate report discusses how colonialism has shaped climate, a breakthrough for the climate justice movement.
While marketing has made diamond rings a symbol of heteronormative happy endings, women from the Northwest Territories tell a different story about their experiences with the diamond mines.
Kate Grenville suggests we read Elizabeth Macarthur’s letters as ‘a wonderful piece of fiction, sustained over sixty years’. They were exercises in doubleness, concealment, and delicious irony.
Considering its decolonised diplomatic journey, Senegal has defined what it means to achieve sustainable independence in 62 years of nationhood.
Critics who are irritated by a lack of an apparent villain in ‘Encanto’ need to take a closer look at the effects of colonial displacement.
An expert on the royal family’s finances explains how they still benefit from historical connections to slavery and empire.
The decolonisation of science is an essential step for the academic community in Indonesia to find their voice.
When Asian lives are reduced to negative stereotypes, those caricatures shape social interactions, deny Asian humanity and create the myth of the model minority.
Is history really a triumphant march of progress? It depends on your point of view.
When judges, legislators, and policymakers neglect the foundational dynamics of indigenous customs, they worsen conflict between indigenous laws and state laws.
The resolution is not legally binding, but is an expression of the views of the UN membership.
Nkrumah’s rhetorical vision used the politics of the crowd to build a postcolonial community outside of the conscripts of colonialism.
Reconciliation can help address the interrelated global problems of climate crisis, interspecies displacement, gendered and racialized violence and white supremacist structures.
Attention is on the UK to relinquish its hold on the islands. What’s missing is an acknowledgment of the enduring role of the US in this international crime.