Spiked drinks and victim-blaming

In September 2018, Cara Tevens, a student from Glasgow University launched the campaign Girls Against Spiking. As it happens with so many other social issues, the trigger for the campaign was a viral post on social media sharing the story of Alix Taylor, a young student who jumped out of her window due to a spiked drink. Continue reading “Spiked drinks and victim-blaming”

Food as ‘Old Media’ and the Refugee Food Festival

Orange peel, cardamom, cinnamon, saffron, clover, parsley, mint, lavender…

Are you already smelling and/or tasting these ingredients? To what kind of dish would you add them? A main course? A dessert? Or a tea? Continue reading “Food as ‘Old Media’ and the Refugee Food Festival”