Journalist and editor
Brighton based freelance journalist and editor. I have covered social and environmental justice, race, feminism, activism, politics and the arts from across the UK, Cambodia, India, the US and Belize.
I write for New Internationalist and a number of other publications, as well as a monthly column for openDemocracy on the environment, corporate power, democracy and the British state.
I guest edited the March 2018 issue of New Internationalist which which focused on Black Lives Matter as a rallying cry for a generation of black activists around the world,...
Climate change is bad news. According to the Government's own Climate Change Risk Assessment, we are already facing high risks to health, well-being and productivity from...
Back in 2009, when I was an undergraduate student, I went to a talk given by Eriel Tchekwie Deranger of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation which had a significant impact on my...
It is one of a ' new generation' of trade deals agreed in secretive negotiations around the world. It has been described as the ' ugly brother' of TTIP, the EU-US trade deal,...
Protesters draw attention to government's use of 'inhumane' and 'secretive' charter flights to forcibly deport people.
Interview with Welsh musician Gwenno Saunders about her cultural influences, minority languages and singing in Welsh and Cornish on her debut solo album 'Y Dydd Olaf'.
An article looking at PrEP HIV prevention around the world.
A new project in Brighton provides housing to vulnerable migrants thanks to small contributions by hundreds of people.
Working with Brighton Energy Coop, The Big Lemon bus company want to switch to electric buses charged by solar electricity generated at their depot.
The fight to save the Cornish language is growing.
Brighton & Hove residents are setting up standing orders of at least £1 per month to rent a house for migrants unable to access other support.
A look at the grassroots response to racism in post-EU referendum Britain.
How can worker co-operatives work with local authorities?
A look at 'direct' giving and lending platforms. Is it really that simple?
Designed as a way to share surplus food in solidarity with those in need, community fridges are spreading around the world.
Trees from the 'Battle of Newbury' bypass site are thriving in their new homes across the UK.
A brief look at France's Nuit Debout movement.
Shire Oak says that the quarry could generate between £140m and £190m for the Cornish economy, but the Community Against Dean Super Quarry (CADS) group say the proposed 'super...
Rats, cockroaches, floods, ceiling collapse, an exploding toilet and extortionate prices are just some of the complaints from more than 1,000 London students campaigning to Cut...
The PREVENT, Islamophobia and Civil Liberties National Conference which takes place in London this month.