Katherine Wong


We Need To Get Rid Of Harmony Day

On 21st March 1960, protestors in Sharpeville, South Africa were demonstrating against the country’s discriminatory apartheid laws when police opened fire, killing 69 innocent people and wounding 180 more. Information and photos of what we now refer to as “The Sharpeville Massacre” circulated around the world, demonstrating the brutality of […]


Increasing Climate Change Refugees Will Only Diminish Action Against Global Warming

Just this year, we have seen the effects of the climate change crisis take shape in an unprecedented way. Bushfires have ravaged the Australian continent. Greenland’s melting ice caps have raised global sea levels by 2.2mm in just two months. Coral bleaching continues to threaten the health of sea life […]


Modi’s Administration Is Building Muslim Detention Centres Across India

Over the past 8 months, more than 2 million people from across India have had their citizenships revoked and now face almost certain imprisonment in the government’s internment camps. Most of these people were born, and raised in India yet their entire livelihood has been upended since the release of […]


One Of The Longest Strikes In French History Reaches An Impasse

Across France, over 452,000 workers have continued to peacefully strike against the Macron administration’s attempted pension overhaul which threatens to convert France’s 42 distinct pension regimes into a universal points-based system. These proposed changes would see the implementation of incentives for workers who retire two years after the legal age […]