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The Antiuniversity: Inside The Fight To Make Education

The programme was as you’d expect: courses on black power, the sociology of revolution, psychology and religion, the position of women in society – taught by academics and practitioners such as radical psychiatrist R.D Laing, cultural …

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English Lessons Aren’t Enough To Fix Our Fractured Society

Investing in courses alone is a misstep, and it ignores a wider problem. Access to the service is not a question just of providing it – there is also the fact that immigrants will take lower paid jobs, and work less convenient hours.

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The Indian Women Learning To Fight For Survival

The courses also include role-plays, participants recreate scenarios they may well encounter, and explore how to set boundaries and different ways to react. From aggressive partners to harassment on the bus, it’s an opportunity to talk through the possible responses that one might have.

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Labour Pledged To Scrap Tuition Fees And They Will Do

The fight against fees has never just been about those currently on courses – when it all kicked off in 2010 it was undergraduates and postgraduates already studying who led the fight for generations to come. Of course, graduates like me are worried about the debt burden, but what we worry about more are students being priced out of education

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There's A Sexual Assault Crisis At British Universities

Although it’s a cold Monday afternoon, around 50 students from different courses are lined up against the main wall of the college holding placards written in blood-red paint. They’re here to protest the university management’s response to sexual harassment claims.

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What’s Next For The Afrofuturist Movement

Isiah Lavender III is an assistant professor of English at Louisiana State University, who teaches and researches courses in African American literature and science fiction. “Black science fiction has been around at least 160 years if we go back to Martin R Delany’s serialised novel Blake or the Huts of America,” he explains.

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Thom Hunt Is Rekindling Our Sense Of Adventure

7th Rise works with a variety of skilled local people to offer courses in outdoor craft, such as fishing, hunting, foraging, butchery and knife-making to adult and school groups, but Thom’s underlying vision makes this more than your average activity retreat.

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Inside The Unlikely Hip Hop Scene Taking Root In Italy

Roberto took some courses organised by Circolo Fotografico Milanese, a renowned photography club, and won an award for his self-published project Milano è …

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How An Old London Bus Is Tackling The City’s Gang Culture

From there, he began offering music classes, mentoring and social media courses for all the kids who boarded the bus. “Providing more Maths and English to youths in gangs or those who are excluded from school didn’t seem like a sensible choice,” he explains. “Plus, this enabled me to lean on my links in the music industry and invite

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Cancel Culture, And The Toxic Rebranding Of The ‘woke Left’

It is a startling illiberal package, which expects recipient institutions to close courses considered by the state to be of “low value”, as well as demanding they must “fully comply[…] with their legal duties to secure freedom of speech” and that funding for student unions be for “wider student population rather than subsidising

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Deyah Is The Rising Welsh Rapper Forging Her Own Path

At the time of writing, the university offers five courses all within biblical, theological and pastoral education. These are just some of the events that have shaped her. “I think being unique is a blessing. It works very well for me: my music stands out. There were no other mixed-race women rappers in …

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Virtual Healing: The Shamanic Answer To Coronavirus

Susan works Monday to Wednesday at a university offering professional coaching and leadership courses. Her shaman side-business has taken a knock due to COVID-19 restrictions. “My work is usually face-to-face, however, there has been some distant work and I’ve been using the time to connect more deeply with myself,” she says.

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Capturing The Reality Of War From Behind The Front Lines

They participate in private preparatory courses to train for the rigorous qualifying exam. At Kadoori Agricultural High School, students practice combat readiness and the capture of a building. December 5, 2015. Aboud, West Bank. Palestinian women mourn Abed al-Rahman Barghouthi (26), who was shot by the Israel Defence Forces.

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Isolated, Anxious And Abandoned: Prisoners On The Reality

Inmates describe the conditions inside the UK’s prisons amid the pandemic, shedding light on the Criminal Justice System’s deepening crisis. The pandemic has seen life in the UK suspended for almost 18 months now. The crisis has exposed and exacerbated deep flaws within society and the structures and systems that operate within it.

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How Outdoor Adventures Help Teens Overcome Anxiety

The company is funding spots on Outward Bound courses for 1,500 young women, as well as enabling 120 girls from a school in East London to go on a weekend excursion and organising a special seven-day adventure in Snowdonia for 24 young women, who can apply to …

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The Former ‘legal High’ Devastating The Lives Of Britain's

“Because it’s so new, there aren’t many training courses and what we know about it is very limited”, he continues. “There are no established treatment programmes like …

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The Beirut Fashion School Making Education Free

The Creative Space Beirut (CSB) is a free fashion design school based in Beirut. Founded by Hermez, it provides creative design education for talented individuals who lack the resources for a degree. “Now, I feel like I’m not cheating myself,” says Najah, as she shows me her stitched coat comprised of different materials, deep purple

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Meet The Indigenous Artists Creating Their Own Comics Industry

Using that confidence and experience, she broke into the industry as an inker on Alias Comic’s Tenth Muse while studying for a fine art degree at the University of the Channel Islands, before quickly taking over as both penciler and inker on Tenth Muse.Since graduating in 2007, she has contributed to numerous Eisner award-winning projects, published four books, and worked with the

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The Irish Pro Surfer Who Gave Up The World-Tour Dream To

So, what of the future of the garden? In little over a year, the crew have created a community. But Ferg has ambitions. “The big dream is a farm,” he says. “I have this vision of a café, eco-building courses, hostel, woofing system, surfers can come for free and do some work, learn something and take it somewhere else.

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It's Time To Open The Borders

When it comes to anti-immigration arguments, we must be bold and tackle them head-on. When they say we are “full up”, we must point them towards the 2013 study that showed double the land used for housing (one per cent) in the UK is used for golf courses (two per cent).

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The Sinister New Politics Of Public Space

Parks should remain open, and we could even go further; opening up golf courses and the gardens of stately homes. Too much land is given over for a tiny number of men to play an elite sport. When we’re all cooped up indoors with little green space to enjoy, it makes perfect sense. The privatisation of public space is a crime, especially when

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In The West Bank Town Of Qalqilya Skateboarding Reigns Supreme

After receiving funding from Tashkeel, an Emirati organisation, and with the help of professional skaters Kenny Reed, Brad Kirr, Brian Patch and Dave Duncan, SkateQilya was established, and they set out building the city’s first skate park, documenting the project every step of the way. “The theme that this film is focussed on is that in very few places in the world do you find parkour

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Inside The Disturbing World Of Italy’s Exorcists

A new documentary from Federica Di Giacomo explores the mysterious rise of exorcism in the modern world; following the stories of the sufferers and priests. Deliver Us is a disturbing new documentary on the reformed practice of exorcisms, following Sicily’s most in-demand exorcist – Father Cataldo Migliazzo, an 80-year-old priest based in

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How Red Bull’s Amaphiko Academy Is Changing Brazil

“The first cut is income-based: we only have students who cannot afford the courses. Then we look into other “ghettos”: gender and racial diversity. The deficit when it comes to software developers is absurd; Brazil is not training people for this – there’s a deficit of 120k people per year.”

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What Happens When You Break Away From One Of The World's

Stoermer played with The Killers at their secret Glastonbury set this summer, and has been working through online university courses and a record with friend and Bombay Heavy singer David Hopkins. Before I know it, we’ve talked Trump (“another level of absurdity”), playing the White House, and the pros and cons of doing a Masters in the UK.

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The Frankenstein Bikes Taking Over The Streets Of Britain

Behold the Frankensteins of the cycling world. Sculptor / Hackney, London. Tim Davies runs training courses for disaffected youths and started making tall bikes “as a tool to facilitate creativity”. Over the course of ten years, he’s made about fifteen bikes …

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Two Graduate Photographers On How To Make It In The Industry

CB: Well, I think that when it comes to photography courses in the UK, you’re often told you’ll get a lot of industry contacts.Sometimes it’s true, but institutions put a lot of onus on the idea that they’ll set these relationships for you and get you into work. The reality is you have to do this yourself.

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Giftwood Projects

Giftwood Projects is a new initiative from the good people behind bespoke wooden surfboard company Driftwood. Based outta Cornwall (the UK’s California), Giftwood Projects aims to provide design and manufacturing courses to people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to equip them with the skills to start making whatever they want to make.

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The Photographers Rebuilding Community In The Digital Age

The school – which offers short courses for a fraction of the price of those hosted by universities and other institutions – places an emphasis on building communities of creative people. “The most important thing about IRL events for photographers? Going to the pub after,” says Edward, bubbling with enthusiasm at the prospect of

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The Old-school Anarchists Helping Students Take On Dodgy

Enter a group of old-school anarcho-syndicalist activists, who are helping vulnerable students take on their dodgy landlords. Formed in March 1994, Solidarity Federation (more commonly known as SolFed) is a collection of groups across the UK and Ireland helping to fight for workers and tenants’ rights. Anarcho-syndicalism is a political

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Conservationist Lee-Anne Davis Fled Hollywood To Save

After signing up to one of the largest game-ranging courses in South Africa, Lee-Anne jumped headfirst into six months of intensive training, covering everything from a physical boot camp to the fundamentals of science and botany. “It’s very much a male-dominated world, and I felt our trainers were a little harder on [the women], just to

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For Brazil’s Indigenous People, COVID-19 Is Only The

In the early 2000s, we organised and forged important partnerships with other groups and organisations. These allowed us to promote courses to educate our people about politics, indigenous rights, organisational management, as well as how to engage in dialogue with the grassroots. I consider those years to have been my indigenous movement

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A Groundbreaking Document Of Lesbian Life In The ‘70s

When it was released in 1979, JEB’s landmark photobook revolutionised how queer women saw themselves. Now, four decades later, ahead of the book’s rerelease, the photographer says we still have much further to go when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation.

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Why UK Doctors Are Now Prescribing Surf Therapy

Started in 2010, The Wave Project is a charity that runs six-week therapeutic surf courses across the UK. Despite initially targeting kids with autism, they now benefit young people aged eight – 18 experiencing physical and mental health issues, social deprivation or social isolation.

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Valerie Phillips Shoots A Young Internet Star Searching

I could do things the boys couldn’t, like combining gymnastics with skating – handstands on my board through slalom courses and stuff. The boys were better at skating parks and I was more freestyle. But I think they thought it was cool and got used to me pretty quickly. I’ve always been a total tomboy, so it seemed completely natural to me.

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What Amelia Gray’s Gutshot Taught Me About Fearlessness

I learned more from reading and re-reading Gutshot than I have from any of the creative writing courses I’ve taken. It taught me the best stories, the ones that linger with people long after they’ve put the book down, are the ones that make you really feel something. You might not remember the details of an Amelia Gray story, the character

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Agathe Toman: The Artist Who Feels In Black And White

Black ink courses through French artist Agathe Toman’s veins. She gives us the lowdown on her new show, featuring macabre visions and moody skate cruisers. “I think and feel in black. I’d like the world to be black and white to be honest,” artist Agathe Toman explains.

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How Do The UK's International Students Feel About Being

But the atmosphere for foreign students looks set to become far less welcoming after Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced major new proposals for restrictions on overseas students, including two-tier visa rules affecting less prestigious courses and universities, and a renewed crackdown on work visas.

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The Homeless Photographers Revealing A New Perspective On

Café Art have shown art to be an effective tool to help people recover from the trauma of being homeless. All money raised from the sale of the MyLondon 2017 Calendar goes back into the project, rewarding the winning photographers, providing art materials for art groups affected by homelessness or helping individuals attend art courses.

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This Is What Africa's Fashion Renaissance Looks Like

They’re often held in unexpected locations like museums, golf courses or an old bus factory. But sometimes the settings are chosen to make a political statement, like staging a show in an old courthouse or on Johannesburg’s Nelson Mandela Bridge. Last December, Mozambique Fashion Week opened on a runway of Maputo International Airport.

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Footwork Japan: Dance Battling In The Land Of The Rising Sun

The Japanese scene isn’t just about the music – we’ve adopted Footwork on the dance floor, too. We practice on the streets, and I’ve heard some dance schools have started Footworking courses taught by professional dancers. Of course, our style is …

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Is Malmö The Most Skateboarding-friendly City In The World

Bryggeriet provides a skateboarding-focussed classroom offering too, which includes architecture and media editing classes, alongside the courses you would expect at a regular high school. Malmö’s transformation into a skate mecca has been credited …

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I Witnessed The Baghdad Bombing That The West Is Trying So

In the UK I trained as a doctor, and all my medical training, advanced trauma and advanced life support courses suddenly kick in. I rush to the scene only to realise that in reality, learning in the comfort of our protected hospitals in the West wouldn’t be of much use here.

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Bristol Bike Project Shows How Building Bikes Transforms Lives

Nestled under the Banksy-adorned Hamilton House, an otherwise standard five-storey office block, lies the Bristol Bike Project (BBP), a workshop-cum-bike shop that sells second-hand steeds and offers maintenance courses. But BBP is no ordinary bike pitstop: people who walk through these doors never really leave.

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‘All Boys Aren’t Blue’ Author George M. Johnson Is

Love courses through All Boys Aren’t Blue. George’s story is punctuated by trauma, as is the reality for Black, queer Americans, but this is, more than anything, an ode to love. Take George’s formative relationship with their grandmother, known to the family kids as ‘nanny’, to whom George dedicates a chapter (another apt title

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Pissed Off London Students Protested High Rents Last Night

“Last year when students took strike action over poor conditions in halls, the university threatened to kick them off their courses,” shouted Shelly Asquith, National Union of Students Vice President at the protest. “They fought back and won £100,000 compensation.”

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Neville Southall Tackles… Homophobia And Trans Rights

There was no form of education on any of the FA courses I attended, and never any mention of the subject. Fans sang homophobic chants. No-one within the football industry had been trained to deal with the subject or it effects. It must have been pure hell for some people.

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Sydelle Willow Smith

My father was a darkroom technician for an advertising agency, and he built me a darkroom when I was sixteen. I started taking courses at The Market Photo Workshop and became hooked with it. The way it allowed me to talk to strangers, walk the streets searching for photographic moments, learning about light, learning about approach.

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