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11 April 2023
How to improve your job interview success by creating greater rapport
No matter how confident you feel, a job interview tends to bring out the nerves. So, what can you do to reduce the stress you are feeling and ensure you build rapport during your interview?
28 March 2023
Why this avant-garde artist refuses to have a genre
"What attracted me to music as an art form is the feeling of limitlessness. The endless potential and possibility of it all. The lawlessness endlessly intrigues me."
14 December 2022
Dreams can come true: Maria Zaccaro's inspiring journey into journalism
"I found it so unjust that just because of my circumstances I had to give up on my dream. I was determined to find another solution."
14 December 2022
How to build up your confidence and get the job or projects you want
This how-to guide by Diana Robertson of Toastmasters International, will help to identify strategies to grow in confidence and success in your aspirations.
13 December 2022
Merry Little Meet Cute, and the importance of size in romance
Authors Julie Murphy and Sierra Simone talk about their new book, Merry Little Meet Cute, stripping the word 'fat' of its pejorative meaning, and the importance of self-acceptance and body positivity.
27 October 2022
The Rogue Crown, and the importance of sapphic representation in fantasy
Author AK Mulford writes about how important representation has been throughout her life, and why she chose to write about it in her work.
17 October 2022
Why copyright is broken, and what we can do about it
Copyright expert Glyn Moody writes on the archaic nature of copyright law, and suggests a future where it's no longer needed
14 October 2022
A review of First Encounters: RSC’s Twelfth Night
A year nine pupil at Selly Park School for Girls in Birmingham, gives her take on the First Encounters production of Twelfth Night, a 90-minute abridged telling of the Shakespeare classic
14 September 2022
As a speaker, how does Liz Truss compare to Boris Johnson?
Even in this era of spin, misinformation and half-truth, words skilfully put together and delivered can still have power and influence.
5 September 2022
Fly With Me: How to make your own Afghan kite
Massi Safa, from Good Chance Theatre, writes about the significance of kites in Afghan history, their suppression under the Taliban, and provides a guide on how to make your own kite.
15 July 2022
Get Ahead! Demystifying the Creative and Cultural Industry
Sonal Morjaria of the LLEP Careers Hub interviews Dr. Nick Owen, CEO of the Mighty Creatives, and Yasin El Ashrafi, Managing Director, HQ Recording Studio about the skills required to get ahead in the Creative and Cultural industry.
15 July 2022
How to get started in the creative industries
In this blog by Anthony Skates, Partnership Manager at Creative and Cultural Skills, we look at some of the skills you need to make it in the creative industry, and a quick exercise to get you thinking about your next steps.
5 May 2022
Johnson, Modi & The Free Trade Agreement
Yash Dubal of A Y & J Solicitors lends us his expertise in a special guest contributor article for Voice. Dubal draws on his legal expertise to provide an expertise analysis of the free trade agreement between India and The UK.
21 April 2022
Looking back on Taste of Kingston, a celebration of a global community
Read the learnings and insights of Taste of Kingston by Archie O’Neill who, in his role as Community Learning and Participation Kickstarter at Creative Youth, led the organisation of the five-day event.
16 July 2021
How to create a student magazine
Have you got a burning message you want to share with your school peers? 14-year-old Kiswa Akhtar talks us through the steps to creating your own magazine, and how to draw on individual talents to produce something exceptional.
16 July 2021
The elephant in the classroom: Equality in school
Claudia McIntosh talks about the work she is doing both in her school and more broadly to bring conversations of diversity and inclusivity into the forefront.
19 June 2021
Burnout Reformation: Discovering self-worth outside of work
Comedian, writer and podcaster Rabiah Coon writes about her multiple bouts of burnout, how comedy helped her overcome them, and the podcast she started to help others find healthy work/life balances.
25 January 2021
2020: The Year of Pause.
Lizzie Wootten from Slap ‘N’ Tickle Theatre Company writes how Covid-19 – in addition to grief – offers time for relflection and re-evaluation.
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