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Red magic
Lifestyle Movement

Red magic

Who doesn’t love a good magician? The wand, the top hat, the disappearing acts and visual tricks, the rabbits and doves, all in the name of entertainment and mystery. Is it possible, though, that there is more to be gained from magic shows than simple entertainment? One magician, Ian Saville, […]

A classical benefit
Culture Movement Music

A classical benefit

While the noise and hustle of the city is exhilarating; inevitably the endless rumble of traffic and sensory overload becomes exhausting. What better way to combat this than with an evening of classical music? If this sounds appealing, then you may want to check out the Harrow Symphony Orchestra, who […]

Visions of global justice
Globe Movement Politiks World

Visions of global justice

The definitions of, and ideas surrounding, global justice are constantly changing, as are the skills needed to make a campaign successful. In order to inform organisers and the public alike, the World Development Movement is holding a discussion entitled Visions of Global Justice on 19th March as part of the […]

The invisible people of North Africa
Globe Movement

The invisible people of North Africa

After a civil eruption it appears that Egypt has finally managed to shake off 30-years of dictatorship.  But historical events do not happen in isolation and there are a number of factors affecting this region of the world. Airy Sindik Mejia Lara The revolution started in Tunisia at the beginning […]

One society, many cultures
Movement United Kingdom

One society, many cultures

Respect for other cultures has made London one of the most creative, prosperous and attractive cities in the world; something it has achieved largely thanks to progressive politics and investments in public services. The Progressive London coalition, launched by the former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, works with the idea […]