Short news from the United Kingdom.
An alternative World Cup for linguistic minorities and internationally unrecognised nations will be held in London in May. For example, the competition organised by the Confederation of Independent Football Associations equips teams from Tibet and Northern Cyprus. There is also a team with players from North and South Korea.
Why is every attempt to critically revisit Polish history stigmatised as anti-Polish? more
Great Britain was among the epicentres of the Corona pandemic. As it gathered pace, the crisis revealed a latent racism within the health system. more
The historian Norman Davies takes us on a journey through global history. more
During the lockdown we asked eight international authors to write a story together. Chapter 4. more
Eight authors, six continents, one narrative - and one illustrator to bring each chapter of the story to life. more
Cities also need dingy corners so that a diverse society can develop, argues the author. more