Incite Journal

Incite is the student-run political journal created by the University of Surrey Politics Society.

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Incite gives students the opportunity to publish their own opinion and feature articles on pressing political issues of their interest, critically investigating the background of important national and international news stories. Recent issues have covered a diverse range of topics, such as UK higher education reforms, American foreign policy, and the refugee crisis.

Besides student-written articles, Incite also contains interviews with politicians and reports on events happening on campus. Incite is circulated widely on campus and beyond, through both print and online publishing.  Getting involved with Incite provides a unique and fun opportunity for students to be politically active and learn valuable media skills while studying at Surrey.

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Julie Ngalle unpacks some of the weeks news stories, from student finance cuts to EU students, violence in Burkina…
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BREAKING: Black people in Surrey 7 times more likely to get arrested, new data shows.
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Revenge porn is a humiliating and life destructing yet common practice. Lavinia Troiani questions how this can be a…
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Julie Ngalle writes on the current situation in Yemen, and gives you resources to help from afar.