In true ‘it’s almost the end of the year and this is the internet’, we’re going to run through some of our favourite bits of content from 2017.
It’s that time of the year when the nation’s workers buy an ugly festive jumper and try not to make a fool of themselves at the work Christmas party.
Edwin Lerew recently graduated with a degree in Government and Politics. While his mum Samiya was there to watch him, she wasn’t just clapping in the crowd.
Earlier this month, the Mayor of London visited the two countries to promote business between the capital and cities like Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad.
With about 500,000 Syrian child refugees living in Lebanon alone, initiatives like Mohamad’s are vital to the future of the war-torn country.
The E5 Bakehouse in Hackney is helping refugee women ease their way into UK life by teaching them about different aspects of baking.
Asha Hussein, AKA Asha Everyday, is gaining a loyal fanbase thanks to her frank approach to the kind of subjects you wouldn’t want to discuss with your mum.
Last week, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani made the statement about Daesh in an address broadcast live on state TV.
During a recent weekend, the girls won the Entrepreneur Award at the Robotex festival in Tallinn, Estonia, the biggest robotics festival in Europe.
Anti-Bullying Week was launched to reduce bullying and create safer environments in which young people can ‘live, grow, play and learn.’
The 35-year-old has firmly established herself in the sport in her country, and she now wants to use her position to inspire other women.
For many Muslims across the world, the day calls for celebrations both big and small. However, other Muslims believe that the day should not be celebrated.
The 16-year-old was crowned best debater at the prestigious Eton Autumn Invitational after she defeated 200 competitors - most of them from private schools.
Yasin Osman, an award-winning photographer, photojournalist and educator from Toronto, is doing some incredible things with his camera.
Sheikh Azhar Nasser, who is based in Canada, uses Twitter to relay the bizarre and occasionally cheeky ways people look to benefit from his wisdom.