"We espouse the fundamental belief that while the struggle is real and the project paramount, we’ve got to have a good time TOGETHER, and that’s what makes us human."

Nadia Idle is a lifelong activist, intellectual and poet from London and Cairo. Her work at the University of the Arts London includes communications strategy, workshops and lecturing. Outside of work, she is one-third of ACFM, a radical podcast for the fun left, hoping to bring music, discourse and light-heartedness to leftist politics.

She co-edited Tweets from Tahrir an anthology of messages from those on the ground during the Egyptian revolution and has recently finished her first novel.