Posts by catarinatully

In troubling times, academics must rally together…

20 Feb

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We stand at a crossroad. It is more critical than ever for principled academics to stand together against the policies and narratives that further marginalize the vulnerable.

British Foreign Policy Group now seeking feedback and offers of support

20 Feb

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British Foreign Policy Group now seeking feedback and offers of support after launch of the new report ‘Why a British Foreign Policy Group?’

Foresight with Impact – a response to “Future blindness”

3 Jan

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Cat Tully, founder of From Over Here and School of International Futures responds to Farhad Manjoo’s NYT article on Alvin Toffler.

Sustainability, SDG’s and Futures Work

24 Jun

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On her recent visit to Finland, Cat was invited to speak by The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, a future-oriented organisation that promotes Finland’s competitiveness and the well-being of the Finnish people. Finland’s global leadership of this area and existing championing of foresight means they are a pivotal case study to examine and should be given […]

Youth Engagement and Brexit

22 Jun

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Written by Raf Galdeano and Cat Tully, Accountability Advocate at Restless Development and political activist, just completed her first year at university, and founder of School of International Futures and formerly in the FCO and Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit respectively. Discussing the EU referendum, what it means for UK citizens – especially younger citizens – […]

IMEMO – Thinktank on International Relations and Strategy

19 May

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Whilst in Moscow, I visited the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO) Thinktank on International Relations and Strategy.

Two internships available with FromOverHere: ongoing Social Media Internship & 2 week research assistant role

4 Oct

Two internship opportunities available, both remunerated at London living wage: Research Assistant – PT role for 2 weeks from 26th October to 6th November, up to 35 hours Social Media Intern – role for a year, variable hours, up to ten hours a week

OurKingdom feature ASAP UK Political Parties Poverty Audit

6 May

OurKingdom, the British section of openDemocracy, has featured an article about the ASAP UK Political Parties Poverty Audit. OurKingdom professes its goal as the questioning and investigation of power in the United Kingdom, whether public or secret, cultural or economic, from the perspective of securing and enhancing shared liberty The article is detailed below and may be accessed on […]