Lydia Ayame Hiraide is an editor and a Politics and International Relations doctoral researcher at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her doctoral research takes an intersectional approach to understanding contemporary environmental activism in the UK and in France. She also has a background in literature and the performing arts, holding an MA in Postcolonial Studies from the University of Kent where she was a recipient of the Ian Gregor Scholarship. Lydia’s alma mater includes SOAS University of London, Sciences Po Paris, and the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama.
17.11.2022What African Green Feminist Power Has to Offer
As the climate crisis intensifies on the African continent, we look at the rich history of intersectional environmentalism of the continent.Read more
10.01.2022The Difficult Business of Defining Climate Refugees
Might the term 'climate refugee' cause more problems than it solves?Read more