Alumni blog

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30 Oct 2018
Andrea San Gil is an environmental engineer and sustainability expert from San José, Costa Rica, who is passionate about cities. Read more
Andrea San Gil - Chevening Alumna
04 Oct 2018
After three decades of teaching in around a dozen universities, spanning three continents, and multiple disciplines, Chevening Alumnus Professor Raphael Cohen-Almagor reflects on the privil Read more
Raphael Cohen-Almagor - Chevening Alumnus
01 Oct 2018
Noor Huda Ismail is a peacebuilder, writer, and filmmaker who specialises in de-radicalisation and counter-terrorism. Read more
Noor Huda Ismail - Chevening Alumnus
Camilo at the Chevening Latin America conference
18 Sep 2018
I am Camilo Enriquez, a 2016 Chevening Scholar. I represented Colombia and my city Pasto as student of the MSc in Social Policy and Development at the London School of Economics (LSE). Read more
Camilo Enriquez - Chevening Alumnus
18 Sep 2018
The Rebecca Dykes Chevening Scholarship was created in memory of British government worker Rebecca Dykes. Read more
Chevening Alumni Office - Chevening Secretariat
18 Sep 2018
Chevening Alumni are high level professionals: experts, managers, analysts, etc. But they can also have real fun… once they are in a right party! Read more
Maria Petrenko - Chevening Alumna
18 Sep 2018
As a Chevening Alumnus, you are part of a 50,000 strong network of global leaders, influencers and change-makers. Read more
Chevening Alumni Office - Chevening Secretariat
A menstrual health seminar in session
18 Sep 2018
I recently started working for a Spanish NGO called TATU Project. Read more
Lucky Belinda Niko - Chevening Alumna
18 Sep 2018
In August 2018, Cheveners in Brazil embarked on an innovative project to discuss one of today’s most fascinating trends – fake news. Read more
Eduardo Mack - Chevening Officer, Brazil
07 Sep 2018
In Zambia, 44 per cent of the population above the age of 15 cannot read or write. Read more
John Zimba - Founder, Chiparamba Trust