During the last election, the Conservative party pledged to tackle knife crime around the UK. In their manifesto, they introduced the policy of Serious Violence Reduction Orders (SVROs). Under this … Continue reading If we really want to tackle racial injustice, then ‘Stop and Search’ must be left in the past
This piece was written by aspiring journalist Lilia Sebouai. She tackles the ongoing refugee crisis, specifically the horrific events that have recently occurred in Moria, one of Europe’s largest refugee … Continue reading The fire that destroyed Europe’s largest refugee camp has been burning since 2015
The following blog has been sent in by Claudia Thomas, who has previously written an incredibly insightful piece on homelessness for our site. The subject matter of this blog is … Continue reading Sustainable fashion: how can we make a change?
This piece comes from Osaro Ewansiha of the Class of 2020 project. The subject matter is mental health, which has become a prevalent issue for many of us during this … Continue reading How to keep learning when the world is on fire…
The following piece is a condensed version of the final episode of our podcast series on racism. Make sure you check out the series if you haven’t yet! Governments throughout … Continue reading Why are we hostile to immigrants?
The following opinion piece has been sent in by Ruki Heritage, Director of Student Experience at the University of Bedfordshire. She details important factors that potential university students should be … Continue reading Now is not the time to stand still: take charge of your future and apply to university
I am sure many of us will be stressed about the job market at present. The uncertainty caused by a looming recession is not an enjoyable space to be. With … Continue reading The jobs are gone… now what?
Now, let’s talk about Donald J.Trump, the President of the USA. In Part 1 of this piece, we discussed the concept of freedom, which is a major strand of patriotic … Continue reading Land of the Free? (Part 2)
During this period, every one of us will have struggled at some point from a mental health perspective. The following piece comes from an expert in the field, Jeremy Clarke … Continue reading Health, Work and COVID-19: why we must avoid repeating the mistakes of the past
The following piece is from Lilia Sebouai, an aspiring newspaper journalist who recently interned with The Telegraph. The debate over ‘voluntourism’ is becoming ever more prominent amongst the younger demographics. … Continue reading How the pandemic stopped me from being a ‘voluntourist’…
Eloise Savill grew up in Bristol and works in the modern slavery charity sector. In this following piece she reflects on historical remnants of the slave trade here in the … Continue reading How can we dismantle the structures of slavery?