The Idolisation of Outrage Media and Figures
Our current media is dominated by outrage, but not in the way you think.
Quiet Activism: How to Get People in Power to Actually Listen
Too often, activism is just ignored by those in power. Quiet activism could be exactly what we need to change this.
How British Universities can Better Support International Students
British universities have undergone rapid change thanks to the pandemic, however there is still much for them to do to make international students comfortable on campus.
Health and Wellbeing
The Top 6 Meditation and Anxiety Support Apps
With lockdowns and the spread of coronavirus many of us were exposed to massive amounts of stress. Thankfully, we have compiled a list of apps which will help to alleviate some of these issues and make your life that much easier to deal with.
Islamophobia in the Workplace
For many muslims in Britain the workplace can be a hostile environment, it often reflects the xenophobia which is sadly prevelant within our society. It is our duty to ensure that not only is islamophobia addressed, but that it is eradicated from Britain.
Health and Wellbeing
Grief Awareness Day: How to Observe it and Support Those Around You
Grief is something that many of us have to come to terms with in our lives.
Climate Change’s Siege of Europe
In recent months Europe is finally beginning to see the harsh realities of climate change. If we do not act immediately with a united effort we can expect more of the same in the coming years.
Body Positivity: How to Help Combat the Underrepresentation of Men
For decades now the body positivity movement has helped countless women. It is vital that we now spread that same influence towards young men.
Dina Asher-Smith: A Disappointing Olympics but a Bright Future
Dina Asher-Smith had a disappointing Tokyo 2020, but she is looking to help the experience springboard her into the 2021-2022 season.
Operation Black Vote and Lord Woolley: Unlocking the Democratic Power of the Silenced
For decades Operation Black Vote and Lord Woolley have helped to enfranchise thousands in Britain, now they are defending thousands more from disenfrachisement.
Naomi Campbell: Supporting the Disadvantaged and the Ignored
Naomi Campbell has been labelled many things in her career, often without justification. She is however a pioneer in the fashion industry and someone who has always fought for the disadvantaged.
Top Ten Most Inclusive Cultural Events in Britain
Britain has a plethora of cultural events to attend that help to celebrate diversity and inclusion, here we have outlined a few for you to look forward to in the coming months.