Priyanka is Editor-in-Chief of the International Political Forum, a digital publication for young people from around the world to write about the issues that matter most to them.
She is a graduate in BA Journalism with Human Rights from Kingston University. She was the Online Editor of Kingston University’s River Newspaper, for which she was awarded Digital Journalist of the Year in 2015. She was also the President of the Kingston University Journalism Society during her three years there and winner of the Journalism Prize for Outstanding Performance.
As her interest in the link between human rights and politics developed, Priyanka joined the United Nations Association in February 2014 as their Communications and Social Media Intern, an opportunity that allowed her to broaden her knowledge about the UN, as well as network with MPs, parliamentarians, and top UN officials. She has since gone on to intern for the Communications teams at the British Institute of Human Rights and One World Media.
In March 2014, Priyanka founded the Spread The Word Campaign – a campaign that aims to make literature more accessible to London’s homeless. The campaign has created partnerships with homeless shelters across the city and has been featured in a number of media outlets.
Priyanka also sat on the Youth Advisory Board for Index on Censorship has written for various publications, including Al Jazeera, The Huffington Post, The Daily Express and Time Out London and Delhi. View here complete portfolio here.
She now works as a Production Journalist at The Daily Express.