Elena Kiratzi wonders what religion means to young people today
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Young people in Barnet join Exposure to talk about how religion affects their lives.
Our writer discusses why being muslim doesn’t make you a terrorist
What should happen when east meets west and vice versa?
May 2016 has been profoundly historical. This is because London’s first-ever Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan has been elected. Mr Khan, a member of the Labour party, secured 1,310,143 votes as opposed to Conservative candidate, Zac Goldsmith, who only gained 994,614 votes. Khan was inaugurated as mayor at Southwark Cathedral. In his victory speech, he expressed, […]
In March 2012 I decided to change the way I looked. I began, as a young Muslim woman, to wear a jilbaab after spending the previous 15 years of my life wearing ‘normal clothes’. A jilbaab works with a hijaab, which hides the hair, to form an outer over garment that flows from head to […]
Stanley Barrell-Kane updates us on what happened in parliament this week
Raphael Sanis explores how social synchrony impacts our thoughts and actions in everyday life
Nikki Siow shares the concern about the number of young people calling Childline
Biborka Patai researches how young people feel about Brexit
Joe Marshall on a hellishly good piece of theatre
Jonathan Bugembe researches a new initiative that aims to 'give more power to youths...
Exposure celebrates the great work being created by young women in Barnet
Zarina Macha discusses how young people are being turned into robots