Scarlett Hawkins travels to Cambodia, and finds the promise of future change is shackled to the ghosts of the past.
Scarlett Hawkins experienced Facebook’s sickeningly ineffectual response to revenge porn, a growing issue on social media.
When Jahar Tsarnaev unleashed terror in Boston and the Western world was dragged into a more subtle era of political violence, Scarlett Hawkins watched on in horror as the face of terrorism changed.
Following Loras Tyrell’s character arc, Scarlett Hawkins examines sexuality in Game of Thrones, specifically the feminisation of once-central, now-caricatured, LGBTQI characters.
In the final of her series, Scarlett Hawkins wishes much for Myanmar, but most of all that the hill tribes will be given more say in the future of their country.
In the second part of her Myanmar series, Scarlett Hawkins tells us the tales of the freedom fighters and their ethically dubious struggle for recognition from an equally dubious government.
In the first of a three-part series on Myanmar, take a mad motorbike ride with Scarlett Hawkins that began for her an investigation into the cultural, political, economic and social dynamics at play within this complex country.