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Eleanor Marx's Lessons from History - Guernica

“In 1888, Eleanor Marx wrote to her only surviving sibling, Laura, describing her efforts to organize the poor in London’s East End. She was haunted by the squalid scenes she encountered there, the degradation of the human spirit. 143 more words

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Women In Leadership: What Needs to Change?

St Paul’s Cathedral with its entrenched traditions and ancient historic resonance acted as a playground for feminist thought as Liz Bingham, Shami Chakrabarti CBE, Ceri Goddard, Revd. 1,888 more words

Writing about this topic has been real hard. I kept typing and deleting for days, I felt my words weren’t enough to explain how I felt when I actually saw Vivienne. 1,019 more words

Women In Media

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By Beatrice Zacco In March 2014 a number of Middlesex Journalism students were offered the opportunity to blog for the Women of the World Festival at Southbank Centre. Below is an example of one such article, reblogged from Beatrice's personal blog.    

A Photograph of a Single Drop of Sea Water

  • National Geographic photographer and winner of the World Press Photo Award 2008, David Littschwager, has photographed a single drop of sea water magnified 25 times, revealing the stunning amount of life contained.
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Vodafone reveals extent of government snooping

A report by one of the world’s largest cellphone companies, Vodafone, has revealed the extent of government snooping, saying authorities in a number of countries have direct access to a phone network without seeking permission. 514 more words

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'Unprecedented and terrifying': Vodafone says governments have complete access to its clients conversations

Mobile phone giants Vodafone have announced numerous government agencies have direct access to its customers’ conversations, just one day after the anniversary of Edward Snowden’s surveillance leaks. 180 more words

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