Charli is a Politics and International Relations student from the West Midlands, as well as an activist and volunteer. She is passionate about disability rights, intersectionality, mental health, equality and education (amongst other things). In 2019 she became a #iwill Ambassador for youth social action, and she is also a long-term volunteer for the Scouts.
Charli writes about many topics including disability, mental health, asexuality, autism, theatre, politics, education and youth voice.
Charli can be found on Twitter at @charli_c_ and on Instagram at @charliclement_. You can also email her – firstname.lastname@example.org
Links / Press
iwill Ambassador blog: Five tips to make opportunities inclusive
Scope: The cost of being a disabled university student
Department of Culture, Media and Sport: “Volunteering changed my life” – Charli’s Story
#iwill International Women’s Day 2020 – Identity & Safety
#iwill Ambassador Blog: Lessons from COVID-19 about disability
Student Minds: My Experience of Mental Health as a Fresher with Chronic Illnesses
BBC Bitesize: Volunteering during lockdown: “Without it I don’t know where I’d be.”
Quoted in Foreign Policy Magazine: Politicians Are Writing Off Disabled Lives Amid the Pandemic