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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 Janssen, a former Mail & Guardian photography intern who now works for Associated Press, has been based in northern Iraq for the past 20 months.
    New M&G Women - bookmark it
    New M&G Women - bookmark it
    Want to talk about equality, fertility apps and women in the news? Now you can … at the Mail & Guardian's new women's hub, which launches today.
    Online censorship in 2012
    Online censorship in 2012
    The number of countries filtering online content has increased. Pornography and security are reasons given to block politically sensitive information.
    Aliki Karasaridis: A test of our constitutional rights
    Aliki Karasaridis: A test of our constitutional rights
    Thought Leader's editor wonders whether the severity of South Africa's political discourse warrants the severity of Zapiro's latest cartoon.
    Government 2.0
    Government 2.0
    Some politicians have taken to using social media as a tool to measure social unrest, while others are using it to engage citizens and cut costs.
    The best of Thought Leader
    The best of Thought Leader
    Thought Leader is our digital village that is home to the local blogosphere's greatest minds and loyal readers. Here are some of the year's favourites
    Debating race isn't backward
    Debating race isn't backward
    It's been pretty clear over the past few weeks that SA's Rainbow Nation is still paying the price for papering over its differences and cracks.