Jennifer Allsopp is a writer and researcher working on migration, gender and social policy. She was a commissioning editor at openDemocracy 50.50 between 2011 and 2017, facilitating the People on the Move migration platform (2011-2017) and series including 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence (2012), Unlocking Detention (2014-15) and working with francophone activists for Our Africa (2012-14). She reported from numerous international feminist gatherings including for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (2015) and the Nobel Women's Initiative (2012, 2015, 2017). She has worked at the universities of Exeter, Birmingham and Queen Mary's and is completing a PhD at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention at the University of Oxford. Twitter @JenniferAllsopp.
Theresa May and the love police
In Theresa May’s “One Nation” we are all border guards. Her vision of the Big Society will make us all shrink.
The refugee crisis: demilitarising masculinities
Photos emerging from the borders of Europe weave a new narrative around what it means to be vulnerable, to be a man,...
Video: Voices from the 2017 Nobel Women's Initiative conference
Participants at the 2017 Nobel Women's Initiative conference talk about memory, activism after trauma, what women's...
Fight fundamentalism in all its guises: a call to action from Yemen to Germany
“Be close to people’s dreams, their aspirations and their suffering...fight for a society of equal citizenship” -...
Lessons from farmers and indigenous women: cultivate democracy
Learning to live in harmony with the land is co-constituent to human rights activism. Jennifer Allsopp reports for...
What would a world without barriers to feminist solidarity look like?
Citizenship is a duty that transcends borders. Jennifer Allsopp reports for 50.50 from the first day of the 2017...