Hannah Bondi – Editor-in-Chief
I’m a third year Philosophy BA student at King’s, who loves all things feminist and political. I have previously worked with Women for Refugee Women as their communications intern, and am currently working with the European Network of Migrant Women. My feminist interests mainly lie with how migration is linked to gender and sex, and the consequences of that, and how the Western feminist movement can reach true intersectionality despite its racist, colonialist and classist past and present. I enjoy thrillers, cooking and drawing.
Katarina Valieva – Editor
I am a second year History and International Relations student. I am originally from Russia but have been living in the UK for 5 years now. My major interest in Feminism is the influence of religion and social constructs on the lives of women. I am currently doing my research on Child Marriages and visited Central Asia to explore more about the subject . In the future I am planning to pursue a career in the UN Women. In my spare time I enjoy drawing, learning languages and volunteering.
We would also like to thank the previous editors, Carina Minami Uchida and Celia Pannetier, who edited the blog from 2016 to 2017.