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Mag 125

The future seems more uncertain than ever, politically, economically and sociologically. In this magazine our young journalists dip their toes into that unclear water. What lies beyond, who knows? Our thanks to John Lyon’s Charity for making this project possible. __________________________________________________________________________________ Exposure is an award-winning youth communications charity giving young people in north London a […]

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Mag 124

Looking after our minds is increasingly important; especially since a new Public Health England report estimated that one in ten young people in London suffer from some significant mental health problems. Yet the level of government investment in support and prevention services is shockingly low, with just 0.9% of local authority health budgets in England […]

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Mag 123

Health is a vague term, which varies from person to person. What exactly does it mean to be ‘healthy’ or ‘unhealthy’? A sports buff might fit the first category while a McDonald’s regular might fit the second. This edition, produced by young writers from Haringey, explores various topics, paying particular attention to our physical, mental […]

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Mag 122

What makes you unique? How do you define yourself? And how do you react when others misunderstand or pigeonhole you? The award winning youth magazine returns with another 12 page magazine special. This issue, our young contributors delve into the colourful but tricky subject of identity. Our thanks to John Lyon’s Charity for making this […]

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Mag 121

Asking people to define ‘domestic abuse’ feels a bit like asking what ‘love’ is. Everyone knows the answer, but no two answers are the same. It’s almost impossible to find words that cover every possible physical, emotional, psychological, financial, sexual or other type of mistreatment between people who are close to each other. It’s a […]

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Mag 120

Slavery. It’s a word that sounds like it should only survive in history books, somewhere between ‘dinosaur’ and ‘bubonic plague’. Slavery was abolished almost 200 years ago – but the National Crime Agency’s Strategic Assessment of the Nature and Scale of Human Trafficking suggests that, not only is slavery still alive, it is positively thriving.Exposure […]

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Mag 119

Hackney has always been a borough of immense diversity and extremes. One part is rich. One part is poor. There are areas known for violence, and there are areas where some of London’s most expensive homes can be bought. There’s the vibrant nightlife of Shoreditch and the cultural melting pot of Brick Lane. But one […]

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Magazine 118

Everyone self-harms. No, really. Those that kick themselves for not studying hard; for not believing they’re good enough for that girl or guy; for those that stay up all night playing video games or watching films rather than getting a good night’s sleep before a big day… We’ve all done it. Everyone beats themselves up. […]

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