Active Students or Unaware Workers?

By jb94|September 15, 2016|Europe|0 comments

By Eva Herman. Eva studied the MSc in Labour, Social Movements and Development at SOAS part-time from 2013-2015. She now works at Middlesex University, assisting the Unpaid Britain research project, which investigates unpaid wages in Britain, and is funded by the Trust for London. The research project has a blog, which includes findings and reflections. The project can also be followed on Twitter and Facebook. The views expressed in this article are Eva’s own,

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Keep calm and let the students disrupt injustice: a response to Achille Mbembe

By jb94|January 27, 2016|Africa, Europe|2 comments

By Jared Sacks. Jared is a freelance journalist and writer from South Africa and founder of a children’s non-profit organisation. He is currently studying the MSc Labour, Social Movements and Development programme at SOAS. The views expressed in this article are Jared’s own, and don’t necessarily reflect the views of the SOAS Department of Development Studies. Twitter: @jaredsacks1 Medium: @jaredsacks This article originally appeared on The Daily Vox. As township struggle seeps into elite spaces such

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