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by Mairi Hughes Following the UK government's rejection of the APPG on British Muslims' definition of Islamophobia, could Wales adopt it? Mairi Hughes reports on a wide range of perspectives within the public sphere on the complexities of fighting prejudice via a formal definition.
Irish Voice column on the future of women's magazines
The overnight event takes place tonight, where people with experience of homelessness will be singing and performing alongside Bryars and his ensemble Homeless people have been encouraged to attend the Tate Modern 's most accessible concert yet. The free 12-hour concert will take place at the venue on London's South Bank on April 12 at 8pm.
Irish Voice column on the message from Mary Beard's Women and Power
The revered documentary maker filmed a video with The Bike Project when he decided to buy a new bike Filmmaker Louis Theroux teamed up with Big Issue Changemaker Jem Stein to support his social enterprise that gets refugees cycling.
The former Green Party leader was quizzed by 17-year-old Devon school striker Sophie Sleeman on how the battle to save the Earth can be won Caroline Lucas has told Devon school striker Sophie Sleeman that the climate change protests are "one of the most hopeful and inspiring things that have happened in many years".
Heaps of papers and a few stacked boxes of crisps fill the warm, somewhat cramped office in which Tarek Samad sits comfortably at his desk. He notions towards the monitor to his left and draws attention to one member of staff who can be seen making a sandwich in the café which adjoins his workspace.
A starter magazine made in Cardiff Mag Lab.