Morgan Franklin

Freelancer

Morgan Franklin is a freelance writer, editor and designer who works across various sectors and largely online. His work covers everything from business and politics to the environment, ethics and entertainment.
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How the new world of journalism has driven political changes

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The philanthropy contradiction – why the richest need to give more

by Morgan Franklin
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Why is Philanthropy Important to Business?

by Morgan Franklin
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Companies causing the most environmental damage

by Morgan Franklin
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The opportunities from the internet for entrepreneurs

by Morgan Franklin
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Two ways to improve your mental health

by Morgan Franklin
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Four films that taught us not to trust robots

by Morgan Franklin
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How to Improve Your Company’s Corporate Social Responsibility

by Morgan Franklin
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The Gig Economy And Its Future

by Morgan Franklin
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How to Improve Your Company’s Corporate Social Responsibility

by Morgan Franklin
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Addressing the growing problem of deforestation

by Morgan Franklin
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Three ways to improve the mental health of city-dwellers

by Morgan Franklin
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The 3 most historic outcomes of the US Midterm elections

by Morgan Franklin
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5 Things to do in London

by Morgan Franklin
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Meanings of the Blood Moon

by Morgan Franklin
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The future of work

by Morgan Franklin
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The reality of work in 21st century Britain

by Morgan Franklin
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Relaxation and Technology: five ways to destress

by Morgan Franklin
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5 mental health benefits of travelling

by Morgan Franklin

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