Meet the Regular Contributors

Our regular contributors are students who are highly motivated and involved with our blog. They publish an article every six weeks on a wide variety of topics, and are the main source of content for the blog.

If you are interested in learning more check out our facebook, KCL The Clandestine, or Instagram, WomenofKCL, or send us an email on wpsoc.blog@gmail.com. We are always taking in new submissions and members to expand our women-politics team!

Laura Contreras Sauquet

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Laura is a final year Politics student from Barcelona, Spain. She is interested on the effects of colonialism and misogyny on the arts, how ideologies affect policy making, and questions of national identities. She enjoys drinking coffee in sunny corners, having long walks around any park in London, and listening to podcasts on feminist literature.

Kaylene Leong 

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Kaylene is a first year LLB Law student from Malaysia. Her interests are politics, feminism and racism against Asians. Outside of university, you can likely find her in a Waterstones or exploring London. 

Megan Baker

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Megan Baker is a second year undergraduate History student at King’s. She is particularly interested in women’s unpaid care responsibilities, maternity leave provision, reproductive rights and violence against women.

Inès Saada

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Inès is a a French Tunisian Master student in International Affairs specialised in European and Globalisation studies at Sciences Po Lyon in France. Her study abroad year at King’s deepened her perspective on gender, development, policy & inequalities and led her to organise a fundraising campaign against period poverty as the Treasurer for Women and Politics and Ambassador for the Tunisian social entreprise « Wallah We Can! ».

She is passionate about gender and social policy, social mobility, humanitarian action and social innovations and is always curious to learn more on the interactions of transnational and queer feminisms with postcolonial legacies. In her free time, you can join me ice skating or tap-dancing on some jazz music!

Sara Dozai

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Sara is a third year law student with a passion for writing, fashion and art. She hopes to work in the creative industries and consumes as much coffee as one can imagine a businesswoman would need.

Saga Jaubert

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Saga graduated from King’s in 2020 with a degree in War Studies and History, and is now studying for a Master’s in Public Affairs at Sciences Po Paris. She is interested in international affairs centering around conflicts and intelligence, and is passionate about feminist issues and their manifestation in everyday life.

Camilla Kristensen

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Camilla is a third-year International Relations student, who is interested in politics and international law. She is passionate about equality and social mobility, addicted to
coffee, and a big fan of g&ts.