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Sadie Hale
London School of Economics and Political Sciences
I'm a postgraduate student at the LSE's Gender Institute, and work as a freelance social media editor and writer. In 2014 I won the Clothes Show Live Young Journalist of the Year. I am interested in social affairs, minority rights, politics, the arts and travel. Find me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/_sadiesaid.
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Two thousand years ago, near the city that is now called Trujillo, the ancient Moche people looked to the sun, the moon, the stars for guidance.

Finding faith in an ancient Peruvian town

Two thousand years ago, near the city that is now called Trujillo, the ancient Moche people looked to the sun, the moon, the stars for guidance.

The landscape can only be described as Jurassic: dense, tall trees in every shade of green juxtaposing sharp, permeable volcanic rock, periodically broken by softly smouldering reddish dust.

A Galápagos view

The landscape can only be described as Jurassic: dense, tall trees in every shade of green juxtaposing sharp, permeable volcanic rock, periodically broken by softly smouldering reddish dust.

When the EU referendum was announced at the end of February, I wasn’t prepared for the near total dearth of young people’s voices. Where were they?!

Why we're so scared of Brexit

When the EU referendum was announced at the end of February, I wasn’t prepared for the near total dearth of young people’s voices. Where were they?!

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