Swimming in Oil

Imagine waking up every day to a view of the Indian Ocean, the beautiful translucent waves creeping gently to shore as if to protect the diverse and unique ecosystems beneath. As a Mauritian, the water is your livelihood: it is a place of work, for fishermen and activities; a place for food, to feed theContinue reading “Swimming in Oil”

The Cycle of Slavery in Libya

“Does anyone need a digger? This is a digger, a big strong man, he’ll dig” When asked about slavery, the majority of people’s minds drift back to their history lessons on the slave trade, whereby around 12 million Africans were shipped to various parts of the world in order to become slaves. However, the dissolutionContinue reading “The Cycle of Slavery in Libya”