By Rosaleen Fenton - 27 April 9:25
A new trend of "Spotted" Facebook pages is allowing people space to post anonymous abuse at individuals who can easily identify themselves, and then scolding dissenters for lacking a sense of humour.
By Donald Campbell - 27 April 8:11
Three British citizens continue to be held under appalling conditions in the United Arab Emirates, while the Government prepares to host the country's unelected leader for a state visit.
By Sarah Ditum - 26 April 9:44
How many brilliant writers will be sorted away entirely, never making the cut as novelists because they're weighed down with the tag "woman"?
By Priya Virmani - 25 April 12:13
Traditional notions of the Indian family allow child abuse to happen with impunity.
By Jon Hickman - 23 April 16:19
Five things we now know.
By Martin Plaut - 23 April 12:27
The power struggle between President Zuma and trade union leader Zwelinzima Vavi is a prelude to a battle for wider control of the political landscape.
By Catherine Lafferty - 23 April 8:24
Twenty years on from the murder case that has become emblematic of police failure and racially-aggravated violence, Duwayne Brooks looks back.
By Cameron Sharpe - 22 April 9:27
The Liverpool board will chew over selling their prized asset - but not for long, says Cameron Sharpe.
By Phil Hartup - 21 April 11:54
Phil Hartup hated the critically acclaimed blockbuster. And he thinks you should too.
By Aisha Gani - 19 April 13:21
A focus on unity and closure is desperately needed.
By Deborah Doane - 19 April 9:19
We need to be aware of the impact our government’s policies have well beyond our shores.
By Andrew Zak Williams - 19 April 8:49
The atheist community is right to pursue rational, civilised debate, and should be able to do so without being tarred as bigots.
By Agata Pyzik - 18 April 12:54
The criticism of Femen and their topless protests as “fast-food feminism” ignores the postcommunist macho culture in Ukraine, the country from which the group emerged.
By Kate Hudson - 17 April 15:24
It's just not possible for us to have both at the same time, writes the CND's Kate Hudson.
By Myriam Francois-Cerrah - 16 April 10:00
Hollande's silence on the alleged discrimination against black and Arab employees is indicative of the president's recent decision to chase popularity by playing to the centre-right.
By Nathan Roberts - 13 April 17:12
Suicide is the second most common cause of death among men under 35. This must change.
By Salman Shaheen - 10 April 9:08
DFID and British Council reports underline the existential crisis Pakistan is facing, but its people are rallying to save the nation. Salman Shaheen looks at Pakistan Calling, a new RSA project seeking to galvanise the British Pakistani community and the
By Sarah Ditum - 10 April 8:46
Margaret Thatcher was sexy, and she used her sex appeal as a weapon to disarm male colleagues at a time when politics was an even more hostile environment for women than it is now.
By Hannah Buchanan - 09 April 9:37
The reported sentencing of paralysis for a Saudi man as punishment for paralysing another man is grotesque. What we do not need is a person with a needless disability.
By Dorian Lynskey - 08 April 12:25
The attacks on Britain’s first youth police commissioner for some carelessly offensive tweets show that unless you’re an unusually cautious or discreet teenager, you’re writing a patchwork public diary without realising it.
By Charlie Hallam - 07 April 9:25
I'm in a relationship with three men, says Charlie Hallam, and it's nothing like the controlling, coercive hold that Mick Philpott had over his wife and mistress.
By Shaker Aamer - 05 April 11:58
A Guantánamo inmate since 2002, Shaker Aamer explains why he's joined the other detainees in a hunger strike.
By Sarah Ditum - 05 April 10:17
We can't simply rely on the kindness of strangers. The welfare state is there to help the people we are too flaky or prudish to reach out to.
By Martin Plaut - 04 April 9:48
There is no doubt that the reaction to Mandela's death will reflect his values of reconciliation, understanding and harmony.
By Ally Fogg - 02 April 13:47
It is entirely reasonable for parents to worry about the influence of a sexualised culture on their kids, but there's a lot more to these statistics than the Mail's "moral calamity" reporting suggests.
By Rahila Gupta - 01 April 11:00
The desire to avoid the racism that characterises some debates about rape and FGM abroad can lead us to make untenable comparisons with Britain, argues Rahila Gupta.
By Dalia Ben-Galim - 31 March 11:55
The success of a few outlying women does not mean that the struggle is over.
By William Lord - 30 March 11:57
The current system of financing means that many people who are not from wealthy families are simply priced out.
By Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi - 28 March 12:37
Restructuring the UKBA will not confront its fundamental problems.
By Richard Hawkes - 28 March 8:59
From 1 April, six different cuts to support started affecting disabled people. The result will be disabled people losing their independence, struggling to heat their homes and forced to withdraw from communities. What part can they play under such conditi