Neil Anderson interviews long time Ungagged contributor Graham Campbell. Topics range from the newly elected Glasgow City Council inc’ convenorship of Education committee, slavery reparations and Indyref 2.
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Nathália Urban, is a Brazilian immigrant (not an expat) that lives in Scotland since 2014. Nathália learned the principles of feminism during the first years of her life thanks to her Grandma and her Great Aunties, and have always fought to have her voice heard, that’s why she studied social science and communications in Brazil. […]
Hi I’m Rachael (cis, she/her). I’ve just spent a year in Russia as part of my MA in International Relations as a mature student, but I’ve done loads of stuff before that including being an admin assistant, warehouse worker and a lot more. I’ve been involved in antifascist work, but currently I’m a cynical […]
Sam Hamad is a Scottish-Egyptian writer and activist. He regularly writes for The New Arab, and blogs at Tumbleweed. You can read his Ungagged Writing here
My name is Damanvir Kaur and I reside in the U.S. Human rights advocacy is a passion of mine, especially highlighting the ongoing atrocities committed in India and persecution of religious minorities. You can follow Damanvir on twitter
Euan Johnston is an anti-Brexit, pro-Indy republican, anti-fascist musician and father of girls. He plays in Johnston and Gordon and and Gallo Rojo and he has opinions!
Erin is a 21 year old politics student from Glasgow. Erin has been engaged in feminist politics for a number of years through participation with Rape Crisis’ young activists group “STAMP” which aims to tackle gender stereotypes. She volunteers as a support worker for survivors of sexual abuse, and was shortlisted for a Write to […]
Nelly has been a teacher for over twenty years, working in a variety of settings across Primary, Secondary and Higher Education. She is passionate about education for all, with a specific interest in SEN. Hailing from Liverpool, in the shadow of Aintree Racecourse, she is proud of her socialist roots. One of her favourite memories […]
Laura Lundahl holds an American passport, but her heart belongs with the UK and Europe. She has a master’s degree from King’s College London in European politics, and hopes to return to the country she loves once the Tories and their immigration policies have gone. The stereotypical youth voter in 2008, Laura nearly had to […]