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Sonita whispers to camera

Incredible true story of girl banned from singing

Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami set out to make a film about an Afghan refugee rapper – and ended up helping her escape, explains Annie Waite. Sonita Alizadeh, profiled in the film Sonita, on at the Electric Palace cinema this Friday and Saturday, narrowly avoided being sold into a forced marriage.

Posted 18:04 Tuesday, Jan 24, 2017 In: Film Tags: Annie Waite Rhythmix Music Charity Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami Sonita Alizadeh Sundance Film Festival The Guardian

Love and capitalism

In this, his third article about the changing nature of human relationships (Forever in our hearts, Sept 2014 and Drama of Love and Hate, Dec 2014), Sean O’ Shea considers the impact of capitalism on the way we love, the world of internet dating, the frailty of human bonds and the importance of fellowship.

Posted 18:52 Monday, Feb 2, 2015 In: SOS Tags: A Dream of John Ball Alan Sugar Childline Claude Kaufmann commodification crisis in intimacy Erich Fromm Facebook fellowship of compassion Grundrisse internet dating Jerry Hall Liquid Love: on the frailty of Human Bonds Marx News From Nowhere sane society Stuart Jeffries The Apprentice The Guardian the marketing character Twitter William Morris Zygmunt Bauman
No Link Road

National media attention for BHLR

The headline in a recent Independent on Sunday article states : “George Osborne digs himself a hole : ‘Uneconomical’ roads to get go-ahead”. The IoS‘s journalist, Jane Merrick, goes on to report on the Department for Transport’s analysis of the Bexhill Hastings Link Road and how money should be spent on repairing existing roads, not building new ones, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick.

Posted 13:05 Wednesday, May 15, 2013 In: Campaigns Tags: 400ppm increase Bexhill Hastings Link Road Campaign for Better Transport climate change Jane Merrick Minister for Climate Change The Guardian The Independent on Sunday Zelly Restorick
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