Nadira Ibrahim & Firdowsa Abdulle ask why some communities are afraid to tackle perceptions and misconceptions
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Cullen Smith talks to Jess Aldridge about the benefits of counselling
Khalid Al-Roubaie explores his own procrastination
Naomi Shoretire stresses the importance of mental wellbeing
Our writer discusses the importance of admitting when you need help
Who Are We? What makes us unique? How do you define yourself? And how do you react when others misunderstand or pigeonhole you? In this episode three young people discuss the complexities of identity. Our thanks to John Lyon’s Charity for making this project possible.
No matter who you are – regardless of race, religion, gender, height, weight or sexuality – chances are you’ve been hurt by the words of another. And in some cases, harm can be more than just a snide joke from a friend stinging for a minute before it goes away. Whether it’s through persistent jibes […]
With the highly anticipated release of Pokémon GO today in the UK, making it the fifth country in the world to have the game, thousands of people have already begun discussing the game on twitter with the hashtag #PokémonGO. This comes as no surprise as it was released in the US, New Zealand, and Australia […]
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