À propos James Hitchings-Hales

James is a Digital/Communications Assistant 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.

Pourquoi James Hitchings-Hales est un(e) 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.

Articles

  1. Article: 5 Epic Outdoor Gigs You Can Earn Free Tickets to This Summer
    Citoyenneté

    5 Epic Outdoor Gigs You Can Earn Free Tickets to This Summer

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|21 juin 2019

    Throw those curtains wide. A wonderful world of music is right outside your window. En savoir plus

  2. Article: This UK River Has Six Times More Plastic Density Than the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
    Environnement

    This UK River Has Six Times More Plastic Density Than the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|20 juin 2019

    Greenpeace found plastic in every single river they investigated. En savoir plus

  3. Article: Love Island: 7 Pick-Up Lines for Our Favourite Vaccine Scientist
    Santé

    Love Island: 7 Pick-Up Lines for Our Favourite Vaccine Scientist

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|13 juin 2019

    Yewande Bialaa: Love Island contestant, “terrible flirt” — and vaccine scientist. En savoir plus

  4. Article: Britain Becomes First Major Country to Commit to Legally Binding Zero Emissions Target
    Environnement

    Britain Becomes First Major Country to Commit to Legally Binding Zero Emissions Target

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|12 juin 2019

    Theresa May will make the UK the first economy in the G7 to legislate for zero emissions. En savoir plus

  5. Article: Radiohead Just Released Hours of Music Stolen by Hackers — to Fight Climate Change
    Environnement

    Radiohead Just Released Hours of Music Stolen by Hackers — to Fight Climate Change

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|11 juin 2019

    The music was from stolen from hours of sessions recorded for 1997 album ‘OK Computer’. En savoir plus

  6. Article: This Collective Is Finally Bringing the History of Women’s Football to Wikipedia
    Filles et Femmes

    This Collective Is Finally Bringing the History of Women’s Football to Wikipedia

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|11 juin 2019

    Gender bias is pervasive throughout football blogs on the encyclopaedic website. En savoir plus

  7. Article: 5 Teenagers Arrested After London Bus Attack on Gay Couple Who Refused to Kiss on Demand
    Filles et Femmes

    5 Teenagers Arrested After London Bus Attack on Gay Couple Who Refused to Kiss on Demand

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|10 juin 2019

    “I’m tired of being taken as a sexual object." En savoir plus

  8. Article: The Global Legacy of Theresa May: the Good, Bad, and Ugly
    OpinionCitoyenneté

    The Global Legacy of Theresa May: the Good, Bad, and Ugly

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|7 juin 2019

    The departing UK prime minister had three years at the helm. How did she do? En savoir plus

  9. Article: British People Are More Worried About the Environment Than Ever Before
    Environnement

    British People Are More Worried About the Environment Than Ever Before

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|6 juin 2019

    It now ranks in the top three issues in the minds of the UK public. En savoir plus

  10. Article: Waitrose Launches 'Groundbreaking' Refill Stations to Scrap Plastic Packaging
    Environnement

    Waitrose Launches 'Groundbreaking' Refill Stations to Scrap Plastic Packaging

    Par James Hitchings-Hales|4 juin 2019

    The UK supermarket chain wants you to bring your own containers to one store in Oxford. En savoir plus