10 March 2021
The future of International Women's Day
How IWD started, what it means for us today, and what it may come to mean in the future regarding how some women view women.
10 March 2021
International Women's Day Podcast: Week 1
Welcome to our female empowerment series where we begin our all-women takeover of Voice
9 March 2021
From glam camping to housing the homeless: How the Macari Foundation is improving lives
A legend who has used his footballing fame to house the homeless
8 March 2021
Is femininity sometimes misinterpreted as weakness?
Why do so many women feel the need to imitate men to be taken seriously?
4 March 2021
Winter Film Festival: Christmas dinner… served stone cold
Who would have thought that Christmas 2019 would set off the worst year in living history? This one family had an inclination, based off of their cold beef Wellington....
25 February 2021
Winter Film Festival: happy merry new year, maybe
Who will win in the race to construct a gingerbread house? We follow Jonah and Evelynn as they compete to create, while inviting the viewer to reflect on an exceptionally strange year.
18 February 2021
Winter Film Festival: Mora
The latest film in our Winter Film Festival takes us on a surreal and slightly terrifying journey from a young woman's experience of sleep paralysis.
17 February 2021
How the world failed Britney: A review of the Framing Britney Documentary
America’s sweetheart turned into America’s number one problem in what seemed like overnight, but Britney Spears wasn’t the problem, it was the world that she brought into.
11 February 2021
Winter Film Festival: find ecstasy in life
Look back on 2020 and reflect not on the horrors of Covid-19, but the small wins, the moments of joy, and the unity humanity demonstated in the face of adversity.
5 February 2021
Children's Mental Health Week: Childline's top tips on looking after your mental health
As part of Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, Adeniyi Alade, Childline Service Head shares with us some top tips on how to look after your mental health.
4 February 2021
Winter Film Festival: You, Me and the Silence
You, Me and the Silence warps a normal-looking world into one of dark and neon colour, and is part of Voice's Winter Film Festival.
1 February 2021
Children's Mental Health Week: Hollie's story
For Children's Mental Health Week, we are sharing the story of a young person whose life was saved by Childline. Trigger warning: this piece references suicide.
28 January 2021
Winter Film Festival: Human Nature
The latest in the Voice Winter Film Festival series, Human Nature is an experimental film that explores the synergy between humankind and nature.
21 January 2021
Winter Film Festival: Black Identity
The latest in the Winter Film Festival series, Black Identity is a spoken word film that celebrates It how Black people across the diaspora come to love themselves.
14 January 2021
Winter Film Festival: REDt'BLUE (Exclusive first look)
Watch an exclusive first look at Jay Martin's documentary on Mansfield's historic shift from Labour to Conservative in the 2017 General Election.
8 January 2021
Winter Film Festival: D'Vina
Since his youth, Dave has had a life of conflict; whether it be with his family or inner conflicts with his sexuality. After being forced into the army, leaving with severe mental health problems, find out how a woman called D'vina helped him find his equilibrium.
30 December 2020
Top 10 Voice articles of 2020
Looking back at an exceptional year of content from Voice
29 December 2020
Top 10 news stories of 2020
A year which will go down in history, for more reasons than one.