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Weʼre raising £1,000 to launch a journal focused on the analysis of the Transatlantic relations

London, United Kingdom

What is crowdfunding?

Crowdfunding is a new type of fundraising where you can raise funds for your own personal cause, even if you're not a registered charity.

The page owner is responsible for the distribution of funds raised.


What is our mission?

Our idea is simple.

The Transatlantic Puzzle will be an online, student-led publication that analyses and informs readers about issues that are changing the political landscape of transatlantic relations.

With transatlantic relations evolving at a rapid rate, we wanted to create a digital medium through which to provide sharp analysis on the interlocking pieces of the puzzle: Culture & Society, Economy, Migration, and Technology. As a crucial part of this puzzle, the Missing Piece highlights existing gaps in the analysis of current transatlantic events.

Who are we?

Whilst our team is now dotted across the globe, the Transatlantic Puzzle originated in a small Scottish town overlooking the North Sea. The project, which was launched in June 2017, includes graduates, and faculty of the University of St Andrews.

Our Team:

Saskia Llewellyn, Project Manager

Katarina Rebello, Head of Digital Content

Maxime Seguin, Head of Finance & Sponsorship

Jessica Steinberg, Contributor

Dr Faye Donnelly, Strategic Advisor

If you would like to view a more in depth project proposal, please head over to here.

Why do we need your help?

We need your help to cover the development costs. These include:

(a) Website Design

(b) Readership Acquisition

(c) Website Hosting

As a non-profit, we currently do not have any other means to cover these than through your kind donations.

Here is where your £1 is going to go if you donate to us:

Thank you

As a thank you, we will include your name on our Donor's page.

As an initial investor, you will enable us to get this off the ground, and will make a group of International Relations geeks very happy.

If you would like to send any questions, please don't be shy and send them over to:

What happens now?

With your support we will be able to launch our first edition in June 2018!

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    • Robert Aston

      Robert Aston

      Nov 7, 2017

      Graduate-run ventures like this are a credit to the department and St Andrews as a whole. Wish you all the absolute best for this journal, and for whatever post-uni life brings!


    • Anonymous


      Nov 7, 2017

      Great initiative, guys! Best of luck!

    • Anonymous


      Nov 7, 2017

      Great initiative! Great timing!

    • Anonymous


      Nov 7, 2017

      Best of luck guys!


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    Saskia Llewellyn, Katarina Rebello, Maxime Seguin, Jessica Steinberg, Faye Donnelly,

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