Category: Inspiring Womxn
Women are being left behind, but they are the key to battling Climate Change
Sofia Lopez Simpson is a second year International Relations student. Her hobbies and interests include playing the guitar and spending hours making spotify playlists. Climate change is inevitably affecting everyone’s lives, though it should be noted that women and men experience it differently. Climate change is also affecting the poorest communities the most, as unpredictable…
The nomination of Judge Ayesha A Malik to the Supreme Court of Pakistan: a historical moment in the fight for women’s rights
Sofia Lopez Simpson is a second year International Relations student. Her hobbies and interests include playing the guitar and spending hours making spotify playlists. A battle has been won by women in Pakistan after the first female Judge is nominated for Pakistan’s Supreme Court. Judge Ayesha A Malik’s nomination has been supported by Chief Justice…
Camilla Østergaard Kristensen is a third-year International Relations student, who is interested in politics and international law. She is passionate about equality and social mobility, addicted to coffee, and a big fan of g&ts. If there is one lesson I’ve been trying to teach myself, especially these past few years, it is this: “If we…
Gabrielle Caunesil: An inspiring story of perseverance while dealing with endometriosis
Sara Dozai is a third year law student who loves fashion and writing. As a writer, she considers herself a thief as everything she experiences through the senses inspires her to write stories and articles. Coffee is her drink of choice and it makes her feel good as she associates it with friend and family…
Hilma af Klint: the Spiritual Quest to Modernism
Saga Jaubert graduated from King’s last year with a degree in War Studies and History, and is now studying for a Master’s in Public Affairs at Sciences Po Paris. She is interested in international affairs focusing on conflicts and intelligence, and is passionate about feminist issues and their manifestation in everyday life. [Featured Image: Group…
Practice What You Preach! – How Vice President Kamala Harris, First Lady Jill Biden and Former First Lady Michelle Obama Showcased Diverse Designers
While fashion might be your passion, the focus of this article are not the outfits, however stunning, but rather the faces behind them.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy; United States v. Virginia
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a cultural icon.
The Danger of Burnout: Female Doctors’ Mental Health is at Stake
“Did you know that women in healthcare are one of the most vulnerable groups?” asked my mother, who has been a doctor for 25 years.
Liberation Theology: The Forgotten Allies. Part 1: The Feminists
Traditional theologies in the Abrahamic faiths have reinforced the idea of a binary world where the male and female should be strictly segregated.
The Need for Women in Leadership
Clearly, it is not a lack of skills or qualifications that lead to the lack of women in high-decision making levels. So, what is it?
Who runs the world? Girls. Who runs Belarus? Girls!
Harvard professor Erica Chenoweth says that having women assume a prominent role in demonstrations increases the chance of success.
The Wall of Silence: why we should be talking more about pregnancy loss
By passing judgement on the way someone grieves, we are then also policing their behaviour after a traumatic event.