As a child in the late Nineties, I lived for Aladdin. Yet no actual Arabs or even Indians were involved in the cartoon.
We were tired of feeling like nothing would change, like poverty and inequality were facts of life that we would just have to swallow.
What possesses young travellers from the developed world to ask people in poorer countries for money?
This fire was a tragic but inevitable consequence of British and French policy failures.
Suicide is a difficult topic to tackle without being sensationalist or reductive. But 13 Reasons Why manages to fall into both of these categories at once.