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#illridewithyou - let's take it a step further

There was nothing quite like logging onto Facebook yesterday afternoon after a peaceful weekend in Napa Valley to hear that hostages had been taken in a café in Sydney, my beautiful and safe home city. 1,081 more words


SMart Meeting 3

The main 4 parts of the last meeting:

  •  Premises
  • Frugal Dinner
  • Crowd-funding
  • Pop-up shop.

Frugal Dinner:

  • Budget for venue: (pay for the food, (soup, bread) perhaps around £400)
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Robert Reynolds

SMart Second Meeting.

So for our second meeting with the good people from SMart we went to a café in central London near High Holborn. I didn’t know what to expect from the meeting, luckily I recognised one of the other volunteers from the placement and we got chatting and then Jaime arrived and took us to the wine bar of the restaurant which was very hidden away. 340 more words

Robert Reynolds

Slow growing acceptance of females among Dalits

NEW DELHI: In a surprising trend, the female sex ratio is improving in the Dalit and JJ slum clusters, while it is worsening in the educated and economically-sound sections of the society. 218 more words


SMart Application!

So for my placement, I was directed to start started looking on the ArtsJobs website and hopefully find something good. I found a range of opportunities to apply for, however only one organisation got back to me. 182 more words

Robert Reynolds

Hepatitis C: The shame of the hidden disease of the marginalized and vulnerable

In 2004, the Scottish Government recognised that “Hepatitis C is one of the most serious and significant public health risks of our generation”, and The Lancet stated in their article this year called “Only just the beginning of the end of hepatitis C” that “Hepatitis C infection continues to be a major global health problem” 989 more words


'Sectarian politics leading to political dead-end'

COMMENT, NEW DELHI: Political imagination in India has come to a standstill, aiding and abetting the construction of a homogenised cultural and political sphere. 1,381 more words