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Why 89up? 1989 was the year in which the Berlin Wall came down and the World Wide Web was invented. Up? Well, it’s better than down.
We love free speech and we want more of it, not less.
Will is chief rock and pop critic of The Times and authored the music books Guitar Man, Song Man and The Ballad Of Britain and the memoir The House Is Full Of Yogis. He also writes for Mojo and Vogue and presents the Sky Arts series Songbook.
Brendan’s specialises in pension funding and benefits provision in Europe. He writes for the FT and Investments & Pensions Europe among other publications.
George focuses on land use, planning, urban design, and environment. He has appeared in the Architects' Journal and the Guardian Sustainable Business and Modus.
Ian is a writer and editor, specialising in economics, business, agriculture and energy for various magazines and organizations, including Sasakawa Africa Association, the African Development Bank, Energy Future, Petroleum Economist and Cleantech.
Hugo specialises in business and financial themes, writing and/or editing for a number of publications including Asian investor magazine, Global Investor Magazine and Institutional Investor.
Clare specialises in design and architecture journalism. She has written for Wallpaper, Monocle, Wired and the FT. She is the author of the book One Offs.
Paul is an Associate Fellow of the Africa programme at Chatham House. He has expertise in French and EU Africa policy, development policy, grassroots development, development finance, and project and trade finance.
Sophie works mainly for the British Medical Journal covering global health, the pharmaceutical industry, international development and human rights issues.
Helen provides strategic advice and support to charities. She managed innovation both at Pilotlight and at Cancer Research UK and has also been involved with the creation of social enterprises and charity boards.
Sally writes on women's interest and human rights issues for The Telegraph's Stella magazine, Marie Claire (US) and Ms. Magazine. She is the author of a book that looks at Indian sexuality and the Delhi rape uprisings, The Kama Sutra Diaries.
Stephen writes on culture and society for the Sunday Times, Evening Standard, Wired and The Guardian and is author of four books on topics as diverse as bohemian Europe, the rise of oligarchs and the private security industry, and poverty in north west England.
James is a specialist in Middle East North Africa region, covering politics and economics. He works for organisations including Transparency International, African Development Bank, Sasakawa Africa Association, and Middle East Economic Digest.
Julia is a freelance producer, specialising in artistic freedom of expression, such as self-censorship in UK arts and culture.
Rohan is a journalist and online producer, developing investigative journalism and creative advocacy projects in conflict zones such as Bosnia, Palestine, Afghanistan & Iraq.