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?
This is part 1 of a condensed version of episode 4 from our podcast series on racism. The focus is on racism in the US today. Now, it is often … Continue reading Land of the Free? (Part 1)
Another day, another outstanding guest blog. This piece was submitted by talented blogger Claudia Thomas, who you can find on Instagram: @claudiachatsabout. I will keep the intro short, and let … Continue reading Home is where the heart is… but what happens when you don’t have a home?
This is the second guest blog for TNS, written by the brilliant, budding young journalist Bea Tridimas. I’m sure many of us, including myself, have considered learning a new language … Continue reading It’s All Greek to Me… why learning another language is so important
This is the first guest blog for TNS, written by the wonderful Hannah Chappatte of HYBR. She details why she established HYBR and the solutions they provide for student housing. … Continue reading How a bad student rental experience led me to take on the lettings industry…
Now, for this part, I want to turn our focus over to the world of sport. Let’s examine the way many black footballers are treated in the media. Sky Sports … Continue reading Is the UK Media racist? (Part 2)
This piece is a shortened version of the first half of episode 3 in our podcast series on racism. So far we’ve looked at the meaning of the term white … Continue reading Is the UK Media racist? (Part 1)
I’m sure many of us were overcome with excitement at the return of the Premier League last night. Whilst it took a bit of time to get used to the … Continue reading No crowds? No problem – 5 players I expect to shine during the Premier League run-in…
The following piece is more or less a transcript of the 2nd episode of our podcast series on racism. I will look to put out shortened versions of each episode … Continue reading How bad was Winston Churchill? A False Idol?
I arrived at Athens airport as the sun just began its descent in the vivid, blue sky. The end of a grad trip holiday, filled with laughs and booze, that … Continue reading My experience of racism in a Greek airport
The most handsome player in the Premier League is a fluid, transitory crown, changing much like the seasons in the United Kingdom. Traditionally, the selection is Olivier Giroud, a man … Continue reading The most handsome Premier League XI