Thousands of Poles protested against the even stricter abortion laws recently introduced by the governing PiS party. Lucja tells us more.
The death of print media isn't a new phenomenon. But is there a future for those of us aspiring to work in magazines, print or otherwise?
Our team reports on the recent announcement by the Australian Federal Government that university fees will increase. Surely its relative to inflation though, right? Not at all, with some humanities degrees facing an 113% price hike.
After North Korean's dictator Kim Jung Un was hospitalised in April, Kim Yo Jong was thrust into the spotlight. The “most powerful woman in North Korea” was given quite the welcome on all social media platforms, becoming subject to ‘stan’, anime and meme culture all at once. While meme culture has always been fun, we also need to look more closely at what we post and participate in.
The Polish Parliament recently discussed the ban of abortions of foetuses with serious abnormalities - along with abortions for other reasons. Poland’s abortion laws are already among the strictest in Europe, so what will this mean for the rights of Polish wom*n? Lucja tells us more.
Shinae Taylor explores how fashion magazines have created a new kind of hyper-individualistic, pro-consumer, ‘girl power’ identity, and investigates whether the industry should be revived.