Despite the welcome news of Liberia’s recent Ebola-free status, recent spikes in Ebola cases in surrounding regions pose a threat to our initial optimism [1, 2]. This outbreak has been deemed the most lethal Ebola epidemic in history since its inception over a year ago and the surrounding narrative has finally begun to acknowledge some [...]
It has been said that all good things come in threes. This July, Brainchild Festival turns three years old, with three days of creative collaboration and community. Read article here: Brainchild Festival - The Hippo Collective Magazine
Africa is not your playground. An article for thetab.com
“There’s really no such thing as the ‘voiceless’. There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably unheard.”
Following a discussion on mental health at the Cambridge Union Society, Samara Linton details the large number of factors that can affect perception and support.
'Hidden Mental Health Stories' is a panel discussion taking place this Saturday, exploring the intersections of mental health and ethnicity, gender, sexuality and religion. Samara, the organiser, tells us why the event is needed: Read blog post here: 21st April 2015: Samara | Grey Matters
It has been more than a year since the start of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa and a disease which started with a fearsome reputation has delivered one of the most horrifying public health crisis in recent history. Read article here: Ebola : What Now? | Polygeia