Ashleigh Brown
Ashleigh is a tirelessly curious lover of learning and sharing perspective angles on normalised phenomena.

She specialises in Education and International Development, and champions non formal schooling, linguistic heterogenity, and community curricula.

Entries by Ashleigh Brown

Wall Eyed at Waterloo

(0) Comments | Posted 23 May 2012 | (16:19)

Anyone who entertains a complex based on the idea that computers will become self-aware and start taking over the world has undoubtedly been labeled neurotic in days gone by. Science fiction's multimedia warnings have been discredited under the banner of playful nonsense. Countless depictions of a dystopian future, riddled with...

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The Lonely Londoners

(0) Comments | Posted 22 March 2012 | (21:14)

Loneliness in London sounds like a heinous oxymoron. The centre of almighty Britain, home to over nine million people, has been hailed by countless critics as a socialite's playpen, a place where anything is possible, and the streets are paved with gold. The luckiest of Londoners can treat themselves to...

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The Art of Smoking

(10) Comments | Posted 6 February 2012 | (23:00)

To a non smoker, the concept of smoking is often considered absurd. A regular smoker could and does spend up to £50 a week on a biting cigarette addiction, regularly strolling to the local shop to buy a box or tobacco packet decorated with a picture of a dying baby,...

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