Reflections on the world as it is today

The author made a request to remain anonymous. When I was growing up I was so excited to finally ‘enter’ the adult world- I seriously couldn’t wait and spent hours fantasizing about what that life would be like. The thought of finally getting a voice was gratifying, yet strange because of how I was raised….

#FreeHerFace in Afghanistan

Anna Frediani is a French undergraduate studying Economics & Management at King’s and Economics & Political Science at Panthéon-Sorbonne University. She would love to pursue a career in the United Nations as she is passionate about gender studies and international relations. Following the announcement of the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan in August 2021, Taliban…

Struggles of female journalists

Loura Al Alanezi is a Politics (BA) student. She is from Kuwait, and she reports on the topics of poverty, mobility, security and conflict. Her hobbies include reading books and painting. According to journalists, the most important responsibility of journalists in the United Kingdom is to provide information with accuracy. In doing so, female journalists face…

Not Just a Few ‘Bad Apples’: The Institutional Misogyny of the Met Police

Megan Baker is a second year undergraduate History student at King’s. She is particularly interested in women’s unpaid care responsibilities, maternity leave provision, reproductive rights and violence against women. On 10 February 2022, the first woman to run the Metropolitan Police, Dame Cressida Dick, resigned over reports of institutional misogyny and racism within the police service….

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…