Exposure spent time with four young people entrenched in gang culture in Haringey, north London. Read the supplement below to find out what it’s like to live the gang life, and perhaps come to realise as we did, that it’s not as straightforward as the tabloids would have you believe.
What struck me when I arrived in London was the variety of its people. Coming from a small town in Switzerland, I was amazed by all the different cultures and personalities I was meeting all in one city. The best thing was that they all seemed so united despite being so different. They come from […]
You see that blonde girl with the white hat on the front of this magazine? That’s me exploring the world. My name is Pien and I’m from Holland. I’ve lived there in a small town for the last 17 years. I came to live in London four months ago to discover ‘who I am’ and […]
Shh (Sexual Health Haringey) supplement as featured in Exposure 110
November 2011 issue of the multi award winning Exposure youth magazine
Back to the future, a supplement outlining the virtues of volunteering by revisiting some of Exposure’s volunteers in their current careers.
Second of a two part supplement on young people living with mental health issues
BMEs still have disadvantages in employment; Friederike Schmiedeskamp reports
Jesica Alonso reports on how technology may be helping to make the world safer
Samuel Fuller explores why youth culture is in love with this unique form of...
Max Ferreira talks about his experience at a training centre in Highgate for people...
Nyron Redhead explores the need to learn about healthy relationships from a young age
Samuel Fuller explores why young people are wiser than we thought
Joe Marshall infiltrates a new breed of dance party
A poem by Andreea about a broken heart