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Aliki Karasaridis

Aliki Karasaridis

Aliki Karasaridis is the Mail & Guardian's Women and Thought Leader editor. In between juggling bloggers, trolls and running after her toddler, she's desperately trying to get some sleep. Technicolor films make her happy and she loves a good digital or home-made feed.
    Faces of war counter complacency
    Faces of war counter complacency
    Bram arrived in Iraq just before Islamic State moved into the region and has been documenting the conflict ever since.
    New M&G Women - bookmark it
    New M&G Women - bookmark it
    It kicks off with novelist Fiona Snyckers asking why we need a women's section. Are we perpetuating patriarchal stereotypes by doing so? Take a...
    Online censorship in 2012
    Online censorship in 2012
    The OpenNet Initiative, which documents attempts to mould the internet, lists IP blocking, DNS...
    Aliki Karasaridis: A test of our constitutional rights
    Aliki Karasaridis: A test of our constitutional rights
    I knew it was going to be controversial. A tweet the day before had prepared me … I thought. It wasn't the supposed "vulgarity"...
    Government 2.0
    Government 2.0
    While some governments have used social media to monitor unprecedented levels of social unrest this year, many have been leveraging these platforms...
    The best of Thought Leader
    The best of Thought Leader
    Thought Leader is more than just a blogging platform, it's a community, a digital...
    Debating race isn't backward
    Debating race isn't backward
    It's been pretty clear over the past few weeks that South Africa's Rainbow Nation is still paying the price for papering over its differences and...