Ibtisam Ahmed

Ibtisam Ahmed works in the LGBTQ+ charitable sector in the UK and is a member of the House of Spice performance collective. Having completed his postgraduate education at the University of Nottingham with a focus on decolonisation and utopias, he strives towards celebrating and uplifting narratives that are regularly overlooked, in the hopes that voices that are currently marginalised and minoritised are one day seen as the norm.

Racism on South Asian Celluloid

In the last decade, the Western film industry has justly received a lot of criticism for its severe lack of racial diversity, both on-screen and behind the camera. Initiatives like diversity quotas in awards governing bodies and popular movements like #OscarsSoWhite have not only resonated in North America and Europe but have become popularised in

The Utopian Need for Diverse Anti-Authoritarianism

The Utopian Need for Diverse Anti-Authoritarianism

Authoritarianism is an insidious sort of oppression, frighteningly easy to establish and appearing in many forms. It can manifest as a parliamentary system of governance where MPs are not allowed a free vote, thus ensuring that any majority is unchallenged regardless of its proportion. It can manifest as a toxic narcissist who consistently undermines free

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