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Embrace the ‘C’ Student: An Interview with Kaene Disepo

This month I was fortunate enough to attend TEDxUniMannheim, in Germany. The theme ‘Out of the Ordinary’ gave wide scope to the nine speakers...

‘Young women advocating for change’- An interview with G(irls)20 delegate Dunola...

The G20 conference attracts international attention and debate each year as world leaders, economists and academics meet to discuss global issues. What a lot...

“We are people. We are not just bodies.”: An interview with...

Eating disorders can affect anyone, across any age or gender. Many of us have been affected by them at some point in our lives,...

‘We can change the world in many ways, but the core...

Clutching onto my newly bought copy of Politico, I couldn’t decide what was more intimidating: the fact that I’d be interviewing the senior EU...

“It’s not great, is it?” – Stephen Bush on the state...

Stephen Bush is a very tall man. This is probably a ridiculous way to start an article, but, speaking as somebody who very nearly...

‘Being able to fix people’s problems is a real buzz –...

It is fair to say that 2015 wasn't the best year for the Liberal Democrats: the General Election saw them lose all but eight...

Forever in style: an interview with The Sunday Times Style’s Dolly...

To say that Dolly Alderton has had something of a meteoric rise to success in the media industry is a bit of an understatement. At...

‘It’s just another job, so you just get on with it’...

The Department of Peacekeeping Operations at the United Nations is, well, pretty hectic these days. There are currently 16 major operations taking place – over half...

‘It was definitely the best job in the world’ – An...

Sally Feldman has had something of a varied life, from starting her career in women's and teenage magazines to becoming a board member of...

‘In politics, whenever something goes well, it always creates a new...

Gavin Barwell won the seat of Crydon Central in 2010 and in the 2015 election retained the seat with a majority of just 165...