This blog – entitled Condolences – provides a place for colleagues and acquaintances, friends and family, to post condolences in memory of LSE staff who have passed away.
Each post is a tribute to a member of our School community. Condolences can be left in the form of comments against each post. These comments are moderated by an LSE member of staff.
Condolences is dedicated to Amber Miro, whose sudden and untimely death led to the creation of this LSE blog.
If you are a member of LSE staff or an LSE student who would like to use this service then please contact the Internal Communications team.
Guidance on sharing your condolences in the comment section
We welcome messages of condolence, including anecdotes and reflections on this blog and operate a propriety filter, so comments are routed to the Blog Team and not posted for public view until they have been checked. There will be a brief delay in posting overnight, at weekends and when we are very busy. Please note that we operate our comments system under the following guidelines:
- Email addresses are required for commenting, and they are not published on the blog, nor shared. They may be used by the blog team to privately contact the commenter.
- Condolences can be left in the form of comments against each post. These comments are moderated by an LSE member of staff. Comments which do not meet the criteria of offering condolences or include offensive or inappropriate language will not be approved.
What to do if your comment does not appear:
- If you leave a comment on this blog and it does not appear in a reasonable time period, and you know that it does not violate our comment policy, contact email@example.com.