Dwain Lucktung
Dwain Lucktung is a journalist based in London, the former digital content editor of Ctrl.Alt.Shift, and currently a content and community manager for Livity; working specifically on two of their projects - Spinebreakers and somewhereto_. In the past he has freelanced for the likes of RWD, the Guardian, MTV Staying Alive and others. He has also been a part-time mentor for young writers at Interact Magazine, an advisor in the Platforma Arts and Refugees Network London hub, a mentor for Channel 4's Battlefront campaigners, and one of the directors of the Youth-led Media Network. In 2011 he was a London360 blogger for Media Trust's Community Channel, represented as a social reporter at the 2011 London Youth Policy Symposium, and was on the drafting committee representing as a youth delegate at the UNAIDS Youth Summit On HIV in Mali. On his travels, he has provided global and social news reports from the DRCongo to Vancouver. Currently he is a trustee for the Youth Media Agency, and advisor/contributor for SetOff Magazine.

Blog Entries by Dwain Lucktung

Taking Young UK Talent From London to Rio With Somewhereto_

(0) Comments | Posted 14 December 2012 | (13:54)

I can safely say my first year with somewhereto_ has been a hectic one. I joined the team just over a year ago under the presumption that the nationwide Cultural Olympiad legacy project that 'unlocks spaces for young people to do the things they love' merely involved getting future Justin...

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