Posters used to be protest space. Now they’re eaten up by glossy ads, laments Lindsey Collen.
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How Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times predicted the reality of present-day Mauritius, by Lindsey Collen.
Lindsey Collen scampers on to rocks in search of grass.
Lindsey Collen on the fight for freedom of artistic expression.
In the first of a new series of monthly letters, novelist Lindsey Collen finds the long fingers of Bollywood stretch even to her own shores.
The Chagos Islanders: Lindsey Collen introduces the women who have kept the decades-long struggle alive.
After years of self-censoring silence, Reem Haddad says goodbye to the Syrians.
The same faces are back, and Reem Haddad can’t believe what she’s seeing.
How globalization came into the life of sugar labourer Kawlowtee, by Lindsey Collen.
In the last of her monthly letters Reem Haddad returns to the murder that has obsessed her nation.