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Adele Walton

Adele Walton

Adele Walton is an International Development graduate and freelance journalist, who has written for Jacobin, Tribune, openDemocracy, Vice, Dazed and more. She studied at the University of Sussex and wrote a dissertation critiquing the racialised logics of underdevelopment and good governance narratives. She is half Turkish and half British.

Opinion: Shadow-banning of pro-Palestine solidarity is a feature, not a bug in Meta's platforms. It's time to rethink activism on platforms like Facebook

03 January, 2024

From Pegasus, to Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing, it is clear that there is little protection for journalists and their work when they expose the truth, this needs to change if we are to defend civil liberties worldwide, writes Adele Walton.

10 January, 2023

As the global cost of living and climate crises continue to exacerbate inequalities, Adele Walton argues that the hierarchical labels like 'first' and 'third' world fail to account for the exploitative nature of racial capitalism.

23 November, 2022

As the cost of living soars around the world, it is women who are bearing the burden and disproportionately making sacrifices to feed their families as the global food crisis exacerbates gender inequality, writes Adele Walton.

05 October, 2022

Adele Walton marks the 70th anniversary of the start of Mau Mau rebellion against British colonial rule by highlighting the death, torture and exploitation used by British colonialism in the name of the Crown.

26 September, 2022