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Julia Toynbee Lagoutte

Julia Toynbee Lagoutte is a former editorial assistant at the Green European Journal. She has an anthropology MA in Development and Rights from the University of London, and is interested in property guardianship and issues of indigenous rights, mining, gender, and politics.

Articles

17.05.2018
Invisible but Indispensable – The Unpaid Work at the Heart of our Economies

Much of the work which sustains society goes unrecognised. Politicians and experts from around Europe discuss experiences and policies in their country, and how to better account for domestic, care and other socially useful unpaid and often invisible forms of work.

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30.11.2017
Architectural Exclusion: Race and Class in the City

The layout and design of our cities excludes certain people from certain places and opportunities.

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25.11.2017
Guardians of the Property: Pop-up Housing for Pop-up People

A new housing phenomenon is spreading across Europe's cities - is it a Bohemian, win-win solution or does it exemplify the entrenchment of precarity into new spheres?

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30.06.2017
We’re Living in a Time of “Maximum Dangers and Maximum Possibilities”

We spoke to feminist pioneer Gloria Steinem about the far-right backlash, racism & why we should be "linked, not ranked".

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01.04.2017
Getting Personal: How Biosecurity Gets Under Our Skin

A review of Frederic Gros's book - The Principal Security - which outlines his increasingly pertinent concept of biosecurity.

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