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Adrija Dey
Lecturer Digital Media |British Academy Postdoc |Intersectional Marxist Feminist| Digital Activism| Activist sexual misconduct in HE
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Watch: Overseas Indians stage protests against Modi government in cities across the world. The demonstrations were organised on Sunday under the banner of the
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Adrija Dey Oct 25
Only didi is capable of this. To laugh or to cry is the big question
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Shailza Oct 25
Social activists who were arrested in Araria, on what have them courage in prison:
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Jeremy Corbyn Oct 23
Congratulations to Bolivia's Movements Towards Socialism & Luis Arce on an incredible victory, against all the attacks they have suffered. The struggle of the people of Bolivia shows us a better world is possible. Show your solidarity at
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Adrija Dey Oct 22
Groups across the global Indian diaspora is coming together to resist the neoliberal, fascist, brahmanical, patriarchal politics of the Modi government in India. Whereever you are, join us in solidarity and resistance! We will not be silent! ✊🏽
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Tommy Corbyn Oct 21
This government truly are scum. Every last one of them. Punishing over a million kids to go hungry because they have an ideological hatred for anyone who isn't well off. Meanwhile the PM complains about having to live on £150k.
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Vanessa Nakate Oct 18
Climate change is a race issue Climate change is a gender issue Climate change is a class issue Climate change is a health issue
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Adrija Dey Oct 19
Academic freedom is about the right to study, teach and research a diversity of viewpoints. Yet, this right that is so crucial for the pursuit of knowledge has seen widespread attacks in colleges and universities across .
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Clarissa Humphreys Oct 16
'My place wasn't safe': the universities sheltering women from domestic abuse "the majority of high-risk victims are university age and those under 25 are most likely to suffer interpersonal violence."
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Adrija Dey Oct 16
I shouted Fuck the in class today. Twice. This will be an interesting year! The students loved it though (I think)
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Kiruba Munusamy Oct 15
I was in an event discussing patriarchy & violence among a hundred students. All over my speech, casteist comments such as "If you Dalits can't live with upper-castes, why don't you leave the country? You can't brainwash us" were made. I was like, "Wow! you made my job easier".
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A4EA Research Oct 15
Replying to @adrijadey @SOAS
You can read the full issue - including this article from on power dynamics and SGBV in 🇮🇳 Indian academia - here 👉 5/5
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NOMC UK Oct 14
Please let us know if you are experiencing any push back from your institution and would like to arrange a call or if there is anything we can do to help. Here is a link to the form:
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Adrija Dey Oct 12
Stan Swamy: The oldest person to be accused of terrorism in India. Father Swamy has worked tirelessly with tribal communities in India for 3 decades and faught for their rights
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Neha Dixit Oct 11
Please spare seven minutes of your Sunday to watch this. Please share because a major health crisis is unfolding on the ground and TB patients are losing their lives.
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Adrija Dey Oct 9
A little something I wrote on Power Dynamics, Shame, and Accountability in Indian Academia' from the latest IDS Bulletin: Collective Action for Accountability on Sexual Harassment.
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Adrija Dey Oct 8
Very important thread. Please read. for Reforms in Criminal Laws
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visvak Oct 6
Protests must only happen in designated spaces, after applying for permission, in a manner that doesn't inconvenience anyone. So basically, for protecting fundamental rights, protests are now just as useless as an appeal before the SC.
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