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Neurodiversity: Why Companies Should Embrace It

Amelia

To celebrate Neurodiversity this month, our Student Lead, Amelia, reveals what Neurodiversity is and tells us why companies should embrace it. Please could you introduce yourself? “Hi, my name is Amelia Shipton; I am Student Lead here at Studenteer. I am also an Actor and Company Director. I have Dyslexia, and therefore, I am incredibly…

How to Spread Christmas Cheer

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Spread Christmas cheer this year with our free printable Christmas cards! Sending Christmas cards to family and friends is one of the best ways to reconnect and spread Christmas cheer during the festive period. But, they can also be used as a simple act of kindness. For example, you may offer a greetings card to…

Is climate change fuelling gender inequality?

Climate change is defined by the National Geographic as “a long-term alteration of temperature and typical weather patterns”, its impacts felt on a regional and global level, affecting everyone to a varying scale of degree. However, it is important to consider how women who face barriers due to not only their gender but factors including…

Young People in Politics: Can We All Make A Change?

According to many political leaders the answer to this question is a resounding ‘no’. The reason for this widely held belief is that young people have often been disengaged from politics because we feel the power to make change is simply out of our hands. This has led to decades of decision making where our…

Why do I volunteer?

Going Local from a young age… By Christopher Oldnall ‘Whilst I didn’t feed the thousands or create world peace, every time I went local in my volunteering, I did help someone.’ Volunteering is the act of an individual or group freely giving time and labour for community service. This is the first thing that comes…