I have a voice

EVERYONE HAS A VOICE, SOMETIMES WE JUST NEED HELP makING IT HEARD.

Why political literacy matters

Political literacy dictates voter turnout and affects all aspects of society including our health and wellbeing and our financial circumstances. As political literacy has the ability to define our society, we believe it is our role as youth ambassadors to promote what we as young people want from our political education.


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The life of a public affairs intern

A paid internship is a great way to see if a career you're considering is for you. Here is what to expect from an internship in public affairs.


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The lifecycle of fast-fashion by Alex Giles

The fashion industry produces over 400% more garments than it did 20 years ago. On average, the life span for a garment is around just 7 wears. This is detrimental to the world as we know it. Fast fashion is responsible for 10% of our planet's annual carbon emissions, more than all international flights and maritime shipping combined.


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Mental health: Promises, promises, promises....

A blog about the Government's mental health failings against its own campaign promises.


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UK-China relations: The good, bad and ugly

The UK and China's relationship is complex and has many facets. This blog looks at the Polar Silk Road, the exploitation and genocide of Uyghur Muslims and its actions against pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong.


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Lobbying: A sought after career and celebrated way of life?

Should being a lobbyist should be a celebrated and sought after career & way of life? Most people agree groups should be able to meet with policymakers to promote ideas and influence public policy. But we need to be transparent about what we’re doing, who with and to what end.


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Political Literacy makes business sense

Blog about why polcitical literacy makes business sense. Business leaders must understand political risk to get ahead and manage risk.


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Local Matters: Let's get young people registered to vote

Local elections matter because your community matters, so make sure to have your say in the 2021 local elections.


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Generation COVID: Surely we would rather forget it? by grace spicer

A blog about generation covid and how the Pandemic has impacted young people, in their own words. From unemployment to mental health and activism.


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Breaking the Silence: Women's reproductive health by Annabelle Black

A blog about the lack of research into women's reproductive health is resulting in misdiagnosis and treatments that have significant side effects.


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Fast and Cheap but Unsustainable = Fast Fashion by Serena Kelly

A blog about the environmental impact of fast fashion and tips on sustainable shopping


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COVID = inequality in education by Annabelle Black and Ben Maher

The outbreak of Coronavirus in the UK has had an unimaginable and immeasurable impact across the country. But one institution has been particularly hard struck; the British education system.


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Purple Tuesday: Only 0.29% of employers are Disability Confident by Charlotte, Grace and Isabelle

Purple Tuesday and the Disability Confident Scheme


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Political participation post-Pandemic

Will political participation prevail post-Pandemic?


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Education Committee hearing with the Secretary of State

Select Committees use their voice to scrutinse the Government


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When is the right time to reopen schools?

Concerns voiced about both school closures & schools reopening


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We have a new opposition: What's the big deal?

The voice of the Opposition plays an important role in politics


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I have a voice

Find your voice and use it!


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