Gen is an MSc student at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and an alumna of SOAS, University of London where she studied International Development.
London, United Kingdom
The (LSE) Decoloniality Reading Circle: A Manifesto in 14 Suggestions
A decolonial Manifesto is our roadmap. It carries what we have learnt throughout this past year: conversations and dialogues which are timeless. They are home to our imagined hopes. By choosing the decolonial option, these learnings have become or were already part of our realities—by default.
Amina Alaoui Soulimani, Gen England and Walid Hedidar in Decoloniality, Education, Knowledge Production and Postcolonialism
Jul 20, 2021 · 15 mins
Cooking as Praxis
It is true that for many (especially women), cooking is a slog; a chore; a relentless rhythm of unrecognised servitude. Often an act of love but also an undeniable reminder of the domesticated femininity women are benchmarked against.
Gen England in Opinion, Culture, Feminism and Cooking
Sep 23, 2020 · 9 mins
Austerity and the COVID-19 Pandemic: in Times of Crisis it is Society that Sustains Britain
A decade-long assault on public services in Britain by the Conservative Party has left a welfare state ill-equipped to manage COVID-19. Yet, the British have rallied to protect the vulnerable reiterating the importance of society
Gen England in Europe and Politics
Mar 20, 2020 · 6 mins