human rights

Iranian exile to speak in Cambridge

Kaveh Abbasian will speak at the Maypole on the 7th of February

Cambridge academics accuse University of “censorship” over interference with panel on Palestinian rights

Their open letter calls it “an intolerable violation of academic freedom”

Cambridge under fire for accepting money from dictatorships

They accepted a total of £14.8 million recently

Cambridge has the capacity to make a real difference

Students at Cambridge have a powerful voice which can help to shape the world

One year since Giulio Regeni’s disappearance, there is still a long way to go

A year onwards: could we do more?

Former Pembroke Master warns of “populist uprising” in the face of EU migration crisis

Dearlove is not being a dear in his statements about refugees.

UK Government criticised in Human Rights Report over Regeni’s murder

The UK “has not been supporting the Italian authorities as forcefully as [Regeni’s] murder deserved”.

Pro-Palestine Societies boycott Middle East Peace Week

They claim the talks were organised to “direct attention away from the growing success of Israeli Apartheid Week”.

JCRs unite to oppose Cambridge University’s claim it is EXEMPT from full public scrutiny

JCRs, MCRs and student journalists rally against the University’s attempt to obstruct freedom of information

Investing In Our Future

Following news last week that Trinity holds investments in a host of unethical companies, DANIEL MACMILLEN issues a call to arms and explains why taking a stand against the university is vital in order to safeguard our future.

Exclusive: Banned Union Member Running For President

Gabriel Latner, who was last month given a life ban from the Cambridge Union, is now running for the presidency of the institution, The Tab can exclusively reveal.

Sex And The Shitty

TOM CROOKE on why it was appropriate to set ‘Sex and the City 2’ in Abu Dhabi.