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This week’s featured author
Feminism | Technology
Dr Lilia Giugni is a feminist activist, a lecturer in Social Innovation at the University of Bristol and a researcher at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at the University of Cambridge. She co-founded the think tank GenPol – Gender & Policy Insights, holds a PhD in Politics from the University of Cambridge and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Her research interests and advocacy work focus on violence against women and girls, the gendered side of technology and innovation, and the intersections between gender, racial and social injustice. A multidisciplinary researcher, she sits on the board of several charities, social enterprises and feminist networks. She regularly writes articles on women’s rights matters and delivers talks and keynote speeches internationally. T: @liliagiugni
Congratulations to Rebecca Lowe for The Slow Road to Tehran’s shortlisting for the 2023 Edward Stanford Travel Writing Book Awards Book of the Year