Yesterday (23 June) marked the end of Refugee Week in the UK. The festival sees a variety of events take place celebrating different cultures and the contributions that refugees make to British life.
Beyoncé once asked: Who runs the world? The answer was, obvz, girls. And this International Women in Engineering Day we are celebrating all the strong, independent women dominating the industry.
If you’ve applied for university or college, chances are you’re starting to hear back about your choices. But, what can you do if the news isn’t exactly what you’d hoped?
It’s shaping up to be another exciting summer, with warm weather and good tunes on the way. Grab your sunnies, your flower crowns and your best pal, because this is going to be a festival season to remember.
This week is Learning Disability Week, bringing people with and without a learning disability together. The awareness week is an opportunity to learn about learning disabilities and celebrate inclusion.
With exactly one month until TRNSMT (that’s just four quick weeks away!) we can barely contain our excitement. So, we bring you another TRNSMT star interview with Aoife Power of whenyoung.
This week (10 – 16 June) is Carers Week, where we celebrate all the hard work done by carers across the country, and push for more awareness about the challenges facing carers. The theme for this year’s week is encouraging more carers to get connected.
This week (1-7 June) is Volunteers’ Week, where we celebrate the hard work done by volunteers around the country, and encourage others to get involved.