Resources

Podcast: Being Trans

How would you feel if your very existence was being debated, ridiculed and judged everyday? And if it wasn’t just the expected crowds, but people who you love and share a community with? This is how gender-queer,...

Podcast: Being a Young Refugee

What is it like being a young refugee? The Kent Refugee Action Network (KRAN) presents a podcast on the false and harmful stereotypes that refugees confront. It seeks to change the narrative about immigrants, refugees and asylum...

Podcast: Mental Health Provision in Education

Newport Mind present a podcast looking at Mental Health provision in secondary schools and in education in general. Challenging the assumption that mental health for young people is catered for in education, three young...

Podcast: More than a statistic – Young People in Care

Headlines about young people with lived experience of care focus on the negatives. We’re told they’re trouble-makers, don’t do well at school, live their lives on benefits and get mixed up in crime. Does that...

Podcast: #FacebookHasNoStandards Campaign

Coventry Youth Activists found that each time they reported a post on Facebook citing hate speech towards disabled people, the response was that it didn’t breach Facebook’s Community Standards. How can Facebook have...

Podcast: Stop and Search Discussion

Young people from The Warren Youth Project in Hull are joined by Detective Superintendent Simon Gawthorpe, who leads Stop and Search activity in Humberside and East Riding as part of his duties. The Warren works with many young...

Podcast: How to engage with people who disagree with you

How do you engage people who disagree with you?How can you learn how to speak with people outside your echo chamber? Award winning menstrual health charity Irise International tackle a big question in activism: How do we engage...

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