Mathew Giagnorio argues that French-style secularism, epitomised by the province's controversial Bill 21, is fundamental to Quebecois identity.
Khadija Khan on why a hijab-clad statue in Birmingham is a faux pas, celebrating a symbol of oppression against women rather than their freedom and dignity.
Emma Park speaks to Alex Byrne, professor of philosophy at MIT and author of 'Trouble with Gender', about what a philosopher can bring to the trans debate, and why some philosophers have shrunk from 'questioning orthodoxy'.
'Disobedience may have been disastrous for Satan...but it was very much on the table for the freethinker in seventeenth-century England.'
How Hongkongers are setting aside their differences to deal with the much bigger problem of Chinese state control.
On the Wakefield Koran-scuffing case, and why de facto blasphemy laws must continue to be resisted.