June Eric Udorie

June Eric Udorie

Writer London, United Kingdom
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June Eric Udorie

June Eric Udorie

Writer London, United Kingdom
About me
June writes on issues such as FGM, child marriage, and violence against women. She is a journalist and blogger for The Guardian and the New Statesman as well as Cosmopolitan, and in September 2016 she joined Penguin Random House to take part in their year-long entry-level programme The Scheme. In 2016, the BBC included her in the list of 100 Women for "inspirational and influential women for 2016".
Projects
  • Victory - feminism and female political thinkers reinstated on A-Level Politics syllabus
    Victory - feminism and female political thinkers reinstated on A-Level Politics syllabusChange.org, January 2016
  • How far have we come in a year in the fight against FGM and child marriage?
    How far have we come in a year in the fight against FGM and child marriage?newstatesman.com, July 2015 A year after the Girl Summit's commitments were made to end female genital mutilation, it is time to assess the progress against the practice in Britain and globally.
  • This student took 400 low-income girls of colour to see Hidden Figures
    This student took 400 low-income girls of colour to see Hidden FiguresHuck Magazine, 25th February 2017
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Projects credited in
  • This International Women’s Day 2019, meet 100 trailblazers redefining the creative industry
    This International Women’s Day 2019, meet 100 trailblazers redefining the creative industryDiscover our 2020 list here This International Women’s Day, we’ve launched our latest ‘10x10’ – asking 10 influential industry icons to each nominate 10 trailblazing women and non-binary people who they believe are redefining the creator landscape. The result? An incredible list of 100 trailblazers inspiring change. Our list will be accompanied by a takeover on The Dots – look out for brilliant profiles and projects on the platform as we aim to inspire, as important as ever when considering ‘88
Skills
  • Writing
  • Journalism