Everything you need to know about pinkwashing, how it evolved and why it is being used as a tool by Israel as well as resources to find out more
JoinedAugust 21, 2021
Hayfaa Chalabi is an illustrator and storyteller interested in the study of governmental restrictions of democratic practices and the role of illustration to re-contextualise narratives, histories, and discussions. She graduated with a BFA in Visual Communication + Change from Linnaeus University – Kalmar, Sweden and an MFA in Visual Communication from Konstfack – Stockholm, Sweden. Chalabi uses her power as an illustrator and storyteller to raise awareness about different socio-political issues. Her work revolves mainly around the misuse of power structures in our society and the intersections of visual culture, gender, and migration.
Discussions about the body politic with Post Pxrn Film Festival Warsaw founders
How a festival run by and for POC is boldly reaffirming the radical roots of the punk movement
Collective change is needed to abolish the system abusing migrant workers in Lebanon
Three individuals share tales of missing relatives amidst protests against China’s persecution of the community
As of July 2021, just 1% of people in low-income countries had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. At least a fifth of the world’s population will not get access to the vaccine until 2022, and many low-income countries will have to wait until 2023 or 2024...
A few months ago, Switzerland became the latest in an ever increasing list of European countries to vote through a ban on people wearing the burqa or niqab. In March, a proposal brought forward by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP), passed to become legislation, banning the wearing of face...