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Nishma Doshi
Worked at Open Rights Group
Attends London School of Economics
Lives in London
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Think outside the box? Then read this:
I am not angry. I should be, but I'm not. I should be angry about the injustice being faced by people of my skin colour across Britain. I should be angry about the way that development discourses are pushing aside the right of poorer peoples to their own self-determinations. I should be angry about the…
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One of the side effects of taking Venlafaxine as an anti-depressant is the experience of vivid dreams or nightmares. Put it this way - take your worst insecurity, and then make that become real. The vivid nature of the dreams were overwhelming. When I first began taking the medications, my then partner would have to…
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This is a repost of something a friend wrote on facebook. Please forward, share and contact your MP about this injustice!
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8 simple steps to improve Postgraduate Freshers experience at LSE
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Thinking about love, what it means, the nature of being human, and how that fits into the world.
Love is possibly the most vacuous word I know. So much done 'for' and 'in the name of' love, that it makes you wonder - is there such an emotion? I am not here to provide a philosophical treatise - the scholars on love do not understand how the word has been candified, Hollywoodised and…
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This post is not about leaving the Green Party, it is about a world which I fight for, and what really keeps me going. It's about more than an end to austerity - it is about Hope and Justice.
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After a long argument on Facebook, this is my conclusion...
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  • Open Rights Group
    Community & Events Officer, 2011 - 2012
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The wittiest witterer of wit
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Streams
Of thought? Of ideas? Are they ever streams or jolts? Jolts of electricity running through water?

And ZAP! you're caught on fire, burning every part of your brain into embers of charcoal (there's not enough oxygen up there)...

But then, here you are again. The thought subsides, and the little bits of charcoal have magically reversed in time, and then you have another thought. Let's hope, for the Sake of Neural Activity, that this time, it's a stream...

Mountains
Molehills can resemble mountains for those who are very short. They're an arduous climb to the top for the smallest of ants and then you have to get down again!

And what's to say that the poor creature is not going to slip off the edge and mudslide to its peril? Who gives us the right to judge that?

That's right. Give respect to the molehills, you anthropocentric mountains.

Deserts
There's nothing like a good dessert. It's warm, calming, and sweet. Sunsets on desserts can also be good. They can help enhance the flavour and ambience. In fact, desserts go with sunsets very well.

They are not so good for sunrise, though, because that's just out of place and time. And it may be a little cold.

Camels like desserts too. Perhaps we should treat them more often.
Education
  • London School of Economics
    Global Politics (Global Civil Society), MSc, 2012 - present
  • University College London
    Archaeology (General), BSc, 2005 - 2008
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