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James is a Digital/Communications Officer at Global Citizen. A devout Welshman based in East London, he adores new music, adventures abroad, and Liverpool Football Club. When he's not studiously tinkering with his Fantasy Football team, he's busy either quoting Kanye West or planning his next ambitious trip away. His favourite things in the world are his labradoodle (called Pandora), Huw Stephens, and everything David Bowie did in the 70's.

Por qué James Hitchings-Hales es un miembro de Global Citizen

Equality is everything. I believe that every human being must aspire to universal common ground, beyond self interest. Feminism, LGBT rights, Black Lives Matter: it must all come together to unite a world often in divisive disarray. We must recognise our privilege, and work with the world to recognise that we're all in this together. We have more in common than that which divides us.

Historias

  1. Artículo: Female Genital Mutilation Support Clinics Set to Open Across England

    Female Genital Mutilation Support Clinics Set to Open Across England

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|12 de Septiembre de 2019

    Over 1,300 women could benefit from the specialist services. Leer más

  2. Artículo: A ‘No Deal’ Brexit Could Stop Child Refugees Being Reunited With Families in the UK

    A ‘No Deal’ Brexit Could Stop Child Refugees Being Reunited With Families in the UK

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|10 de Septiembre de 2019

    Britain’s future is uncertain — and the most vulnerable could be set to suffer the consequences. Leer más

  3. Artículo: An NHS Doctor Has Shared 5 Powerful Reasons Why Vaccines Have Changed the World
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    An NHS Doctor Has Shared 5 Powerful Reasons Why Vaccines Have Changed the World

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|10 de Septiembre de 2019

    Vaccines tell the story of human progress — and you have to see these tweets. Leer más

  4. Artículo: How 8 Sailors From Cornwall Are Leading the UK Mission to Help Hurricane Dorian Victims

    How 8 Sailors From Cornwall Are Leading the UK Mission to Help Hurricane Dorian Victims

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|9 de Septiembre de 2019

    UK aid spending has helped them deliver food, water, and shelter to people in the Bahamas. Leer más

  5. Artículo: Ireland to Plant 440 Million Trees by 2040 to Fight the Climate Crisis

    Irlanda plantará 440 millones de árboles en 2040 para combatir la crisis climática

    Por James Hitchings-Hales  y  Erica Sanchez|4 de Septiembre de 2019

    22 millones de árboles, cada año, durante dos décadas. Leer más

  6. Artículo: So Is There Going to Be a UK General Election Soon or What?
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    So Is There Going to Be a UK General Election Soon or What?

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|4 de Septiembre de 2019

    All the answers you need right now for your tired political brain. Leer más

  7. Artículo: Greta Thunberg Answers Asperger's Twitter Trolls: 'It's a Superpower'

    Greta Thunberg Answers Asperger's Twitter Trolls: 'It's a Superpower'

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|2 de Septiembre de 2019

    The 16-year-old isn't just a climate hero. She's speaking up for those on the autism spectrum, too. Leer más

  8. Artículo: This London Tube Line Will Use Excess Heat to Keep Hundreds of Homes Warm This Winter

    This London Tube Line Will Use Excess Heat to Keep Hundreds of Homes Warm This Winter

    Por James Hitchings-Hales  y  Gaëlle Langué|30 de Agosto de 2019

    Your sweaty commute could actually accomplish something delightfully cool. Leer más

  9. Artículo: Vegan Food Is Now Britain’s Fastest Growing Takeaway — and It's Good News for the Planet

    Vegan Food Is Now Britain’s Fastest Growing Takeaway — and It's Good News for the Planet

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|28 de Agosto de 2019

    Orders of vegan takeaways jumped by 388% between 2016 and 2018. Leer más

  10. Artículo: 9-Year-Old British Double Amputee Will Be the First to Walk New York Fashion Week

    9-Year-Old British Double Amputee Will Be the First to Walk New York Fashion Week

    Por James Hitchings-Hales|28 de Agosto de 2019

    Daisy-May Demetre was just 18 months old when both her legs were amputated. Leer más