The time had come. Hundreds of eyes were on me, and I was so nervous my mind went blank. All those hours of rehearsal, and yet the words just weren’t coming out. My heart was pounding, but I had to get a grip. I had an audience waiting for the performance they’d paid for. I […]
When we’re faced with an ethical conundrum, how do we know what is right and what is wrong? For example, if you know that Primark clothing comes from what many think is modern day slave labour, at what point does our internal ‘moral compass’ click into gear and we choose not to shop there? The […]
Being Silent 2, the second of two supplements tackling suicide in young men in the UK – as featured in Exposure 115
It was a hot summer’s day. You could tell because of the temperature on the bus. No matter how many windows were opened, the intense heat remained. I started to wheeze, and at first I ignored it, but my condition deteriorated fast. It got to the point where I couldn’t breathe properly. I felt like […]
Talia Samuels takes a look at the spying scandal that exposed the government.
I’ve heard people say that the teenage years are the best of your life. Living through it can feel like the complete opposite. In my personal experience, turning from a child to a young adult was like entering a warzone. Not only did I have to learn how to combat problems, where previously my parents […]
Suicide is a predominantly male issue, yet few people realise the extent of the problem in this country. In fact it is the biggest killer of young men in England and Wales. Part of the problem is that young men don’t talk about their problems until it’s too late. Why?
The innovative programme by Exposure to get young people to pitch business ideas to bosses in a real life version of TV’s ‘The Apprentice’ has received the backing of Deutsche Bank, enabling it to continue into a second series. With the support of The London Community Foundation and the Deutsche Bank Small Grants Fund, part […]
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