With Fashion Revolution Day tomorrow (24 April), The Guardian has written a piece looking at whether the campaign’s tactics (using a Twitter hashtag to get people to ask brands who made their clothes) actually has… Read more.
I am a London-based freelance journalist, researcher, copywriter and author of The Armchair Activist’s Handbook. If you’re here to find out more about the book, or are looking for useful links on activism, please head to my Books page.
As a journalist, I specialise in the environment, social issues and activism, with a bit of travel thrown in. I provide writing and editing services for a wide range of clients, including The Guardian, The New Statesman, New Internationalist, Sunday Times Travel Magazine, The Ecologist, Ethical Consumer, Conde Nast Traveller, The Big Issue, Third Sector, Ethical Living, Foodtripper, Wizz travel, Business Sense, Escape. I am the sub-editor for Nursery World and occasionally shift at Horticulture Week and WGSN.com. I also run a website called Ethical Travel.
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