14 November 2022
Girl, Woman, Other book review: No matter what you're 'into', just read it.
Opened my eyes with fierce gusto to vibrant cultures; from the music and delicious-sounding food, to the struggles and stereotypes British people face.
16 November 2022
Instaviews with Director Michael J. Diamond
Director of branded content and narrative films Michael J. Diamond joins us for Instaviews.
18 July 2022
The American Dream is not for people of colour
The USA’s vision of total self-achievement and self-actualisation is not only overly idealistic but also intended for just a small portion of the population.
14 February 2022
LGBTQ+ History Month : The path to legal equality in the UK
We take a look at the long and arduous path to legal equality undertaken by the LGBTQ+ community.
17 January 2022
The evolution of buying second-hand
Wearing or even being seen to go into a charity shop has changed. At present, we are working towards a more sustainable way of living. As a child, it was something that provoked embarrassment, but it was a necessity.
11 June 2021
Interview with G7 Health Track Youth Forum Member, Jeevan Ravindran
“Having the chance to use my own experience of mental health difficulties and the UK system to influence policy recommendations was a truly special moment.”
3 April 2021
Cars and music: finding peace in a pandemic
This piece explores my relationship with music and my relationship with my mother, during a time where we were living in emergency housing.
26 March 2021
RSA's Making Change Equitable event
The RSA’s virtual event Making Change Equitable invited two social business founders to discuss their journeys towards making lasting social change in their communities.
25 March 2021
Power to the period
I take a look at how we deal with periods in the UK, from the rise of sustainable products to the tampon tax and period poverty.
17 March 2021
Women's History Month
Modernity is not what it seems
12 March 2021
#NotAllMen, but 97% of women
It’s nothing personal, we just want to be safe
10 March 2021
A musician in a man’s world
Illuminating the seldom discussed but widely inescapable problems still faced by many female pianists and composers.
8 March 2021
Is femininity sometimes misinterpreted as weakness?
Why do so many women feel the need to imitate men to be taken seriously?
7 March 2021
Celebrate International Women’s Day with Voice!
Because a day isn’t enough, join us for the week and beyond in celebrating women everywhere.
4 March 2021
Interview with Kellie Gerardi, science communicator and citizen scientist
Commercial spaceflight industry professional Kellie Gerardi talks about her experiences conducting microgravity research, her hopes for a democratised space and her book, Not Necessarily Rocket Science: a Beginner’s Guide to Life in the Space Age.
17 November 2020
Why anti-bullying week is more important this year than ever
The 16th - 20th of November marks this year’s anti-bullying week. While this campaign is nothing new, today it might be more vital than ever before.
15 November 2020
What is bullying?
Anyone can be affected by bullying, so I have collated a collection of definitions, policies and organisations from the information out there against bullying for children and adults.
14 November 2020
School uniforms: smartly-dressed equaliser or an unnecessary burden?
School uniform is well meaning, put in place to promote equality and pride, but it can also be problematic. Let’s discuss the pros and the cons of school attire.