Banished for Bleeding: A Political Analysis of Chhaupadi

Sukirti Lohani is a final year Political Economy student. She is interested in intersectional feminism and the impact of gender on socio-economic inequality.  [Featured Image: The central figure of the image is a small, clay ‘menstruation hut’ with a tin roof. Inside the door frame of the hut a red top is barely visible, hinting…

What It Really Means When We Judge Someone Based on Their Accent

Maisie Allen is a 2nd year Liberal Arts student majoring in English literature from South Wales. She likes socialism, the welsh rugby team, and gin. [Featured Image: Six animated people each with speech bubbles floating over their heads, having conversations in pairs.] As a society, especially in the UK, we are obsessed with accents. Countless…

The Hypocrisy of the EU in the Palm Oil discourse: an ASEAN perspective.

Women & Politics Postgraduate Officer Fara is currently studying MSc Global Affairs (with regional focus in MENA). She also works for an Environment NGO and has previously interned at the UN (Humanitarian Agency). In her free time, she is a total podcast-enthusiast, runs a food blog on Instagram (follow @wholesomebites_), and is almost always singing!…