In a society where sex is so prevalent, consent is an issue that is often misunderstood. But how important is education around this subject?
People living with HIV are growing older due to the effective HIV treatments provided today. The ever-growing request for nursing homes in Dorset are inevitable, yet staff seem to lack information and education about HIV. The stagmatisation around elderly patients with HIV in nursing homes are a factor which leaves them dreading getting older, informs […]
Let Them Be Young: Outlining the problem Leather bodycon skirts, studded high heels and padded lingerie are all products you would expect to see hanging in a women’s high street store, not something you’d stumble across whilst in the children’s section. In the last five years, there has been a sharp increase […]
A short film by Emily Wakefield Interview with Crawley MP, Henry Smith Yesterday I interviewed the Conservative MP for Crawley, Henry Smith. As I was unable to secure an interview with the FCO I wanted to get the opinion of someone who works for the government but also represents the Chagossian people. Mr […]
A short film by Emily Wakefield Importance of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office The FCO have been integral to the plight of the Chagossians, it is clear that many of the islanders have felt against the Foreign and Commonwealth Office every step of the way. There is an opinion, backed by many MPs and […]
A short film by Emily Wakefield Documentary
An easy-to-understand infographic representing the monthly number of asylum seeker applications received in the UK. The infographic shows the rate at which applications were received and changed between February 2014 – July 2014.