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Institutional racism is also killing black people in Europe refugee camps

The first step in acknowledging how Black asylum seekers experience racism, in the most hostile and inhumane living conditions of Moria refugee...

Black Virtual Library

Below you will find an interactive Library where you can virtually browse among different book related to Black History and and important...

New 50p coin celebrating Britain’s diversity unveiled

Around 2.5 million new coins have been entered into circulation last week to celebrate the diversity of the country by emphasising the...

Mental Health Awareness – David’s Story

Nottingham based organisations FMB Radio, Mojatu Foundation and Fearless Youth Association merged their resources to create videos where they introduce community members...

Training Opportunities

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YOUTH LEADERSHIP 2020 online conference

On Wednesday 28th October Nottingham City Youth Cabinet is hosting a youth leadership conference to help young leaders connect, explore issues and make plans for...

Solving climate change, helping the homeless, picking up litter – for children, charity is about more than money

he proportion of people giving money to charity either by donating or via sponsorship saw a steady decline between 2016 and 2018. Some...

How autism-friendly architecture can change autistic children’s lives

hare Imagine wearing a hearing aid on its highest setting and being...

Four things new students need to know before tackling a university assessment

So you’re going to university. You’re not alone – last year there were 1.7m undergraduates studying in UK...

These children’s picture books nurture grit, determination and hope

According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, 68.8 per cent of mental health problems have their onset in childhood and adolescence. Helping...

Academic freedom: repressive government measures taken against universities in more than 60 countries

Universities around the world are increasingly under threat from governments restricting their ability to teach and research freely. Higher education institutions are...

What’s the best way to teach children a second language? New research produces surprising results

Share People often assume that children learn new languages easily and without...
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A PhD is the top qualification a student can achieve in their academic studies. In 2016, analysis from the Higher Education Funding...