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New Year, Who Dis?

January is always an interesting month. In the journalism world it is a time of reflection and more so a time to look ahead, with various publication staff in an array of different newspapers and other outlets trying to predict […]

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Changing Your Future

From the age of eight years old I wanted to be an English Teacher in a Secondary School; fast forward to the summer of 2016 and that all changed. This was a change that had the ability to disrupt my […]

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Italian Feminism Has Fallen Short

It is difficult to imagine that First World Countries can suffer from issues that seem so old, yet here we are in a world where women’s rights and in turn their safety are being threatened. Between the Trump administration retracting […]

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Thirst World Problems

We are continuously being shown how our lives are impacted by massively disastrous events and systems of power. We know that climate change is happening (regardless of humans involvement), we know that a period of mass extinction is happening (regardless […]

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Are We Bored Of The Bard?

With few pupils in the classroom engaging with the source texts and showing little interest in the works of William Shakespeare, is it really important for him to have an active role in our classrooms? Whether it be in Drama […]

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#MENTOO, Because, Yes, It Does Matter

If you use social media you may have seen the #METOO campaign flourish and bloom, with women stepping forward and declaring their experiences of harassment and sexual assault. Some of the women named their attackers, others merely recounted what happened. […]

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LGBT Rights Abuse In Russia

Everyday, people are assaulted, tortured, and murdered in Russia for their sexual orientation and for  supporting the freedom of LGBT community. A survey in 2013 found that in Russia almost 75% of people were against LGBT rights as they saw […]

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Wham, Bam, Thank You Slam!

When I was sixteen years old I discovered what many sixteen year olds discover…performance poetry. It was part of the ‘artsy’ phase I went through, at least I thought it was a phase but here we are six years later […]

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