Freya is an aspiring creative non-fiction writer who currently works in Comms and Fundraising at Oxford University. Her favourite writers include Toni Morrison, Angela Carter, Roxane Gay and Isabel Allende.
Freya’s political awakening began with the 2010 student protests against tuition fee increases in the UK and grew throughout her university studies, where she developed a special interest in Latin American history and politics. She enjoys learning languages, cooking and dancing flamenco in her spare time
Countries across the globe are adopting coercive policies to address declining birth rates and ageing populations. Politics editor Freya Paulucci looks at this emerging global trend and its consequences for access to reproductive health services