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About Victoria Lupton

Victoria Lupton is a cultural producer, writer and theatre maker based between Lebanon and the UK. Having spent three years with Ashkal Alwan – The Lebanese Association for Plastic Arts, she works with several different British, Syrian and Lebanese arts organisations on film, theatre and visual arts projects.

Articles by Victoria Lupton

This week’s editor

Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Lebanon's refugees: resisting hegemony through culture

Seenaryo, a small independent theatre project that starts this week with Syrian and Palestinian children, seeks to foster an alternative political proposal in a situation where politics has emphatically failed. 

Power and solidarity at the grassroots

In an age of professionalization, both of politicians and of activists, the journey of self-taught politicization of the Focus E15 mothers is a remarkable one – and an example of genuine, grass-roots politics in Britain. 

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