Freddie is a freelance journalist and writer focused on European political and social issues. Before starting work as a journalist, he studied a BA History & Politics at the University of Nottingham and an MA in Global History at the University of Oxford. Since then, he has learnt to speak Spanish fluently and is now based in Madrid. He has always had a fascination for the role that religions play in the 21st century and what they represent about the wider demographic changes that are taking place worldwide. If you are also interested in both how religions shape our world and how religions are shaped by it, then you will find his articles interesting, relevant and enjoyable to read.