Are Young People Really Represented Well Enough?

Louis Sherman | Posted 10.03.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Louis Sherman

The earlier we start to make change, individually or as a whole, and showing young people the value we place on them and their voices, the more benefits we all get from it in the future. Representation of young voices has never gone far enough and now is our time to make our voices heard thoroughly and truly.

Do Public Demonstrations Need to Be More Inclusive?

Matt Hawkins | Posted 13.12.2016 | UK Politics
Matt Hawkins

As I write this, thousands are gathering in Paris to urge world leaders to make a binding commitment to tackle climate change. I have to admit - I feel guilty for not being amongst them, for not doing my bit to swell the ranks and help in raising awareness of a cause that has such global significance.

Are Protests Still Effective?

Stephanie Allen | Posted 27.07.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Stephanie Allen

When one group of people feel it necessary to take to the streets to voice their opinions, inevitably there will be an opposing number who feel it necessary to stop or condemn them. The trick is for both parties to do so admirably, intelligently and legally, respecting each others' opinions rather than threatening them.

EDL's Noisy March On Luton Dwindles To A Toothless Whimper

The Huffington Post UK | Lucy Sherriff | Posted 05.05.2012 | UK

Tensions ran high in Luton on Saturday as English Defence League demonstrators took to the streets following the news four men from the town have been...