Articles by Joanna George
Joanna George / August 20, 2020
The obvious injustices of the algorithm resulted in a swift government U-turn. But there are many other discriminatory technologies shaping our lives—and they remain hidden
As trust in Westminster continues to fall, the nation is finding other heroes. What does that tell us about where power really lies?
Aristotle believed that if a rhetorician’s actions didn’t support their words, they would lose credibility
Joanna George / May 15, 2020
Now is the time for us to think about the correlation between social good and economic reward in the 21st century—and then act upon it
Job losses, insecurity, and expensive travel—is it any wonder millennials are conflicted about "Britishness"?
Joanna George / April 17, 2020
To get younger generations invested in being British means addressing the reasons they might not feel as rooted as young people in other societies
Joanna George / November 8, 2019
They must grapple with both issues together