Nick Wilson, Director of Health & Safety Services, and James Tamm, Director of Legal Services at Ellis Whittam, explain how those within education, local government and the charity sector can sustain safety measures in the workplace despite financial constraints.
Justin Cooke, Chief Content and Partnerships Officer at FutureLearn, discusses how COVID has expedited the Government’s response to upskilling and reskilling the workforce to tackle the digital skills gap.
Lauran Bush, Consultant at EP Business in Hospitality, advises how entrepreneurs can stay visible during the Brexit rollercoaster.
Dr Monia Dal Checco, specialist in contemporary African American literature, discusses the power of contemporary Black activism via #BlackLivesMatter.
Paula Rhone-Adrien, leading Family law Barrister, explores the implicit bias of race and the British justice system.
The University of Southampton found that European countries should lift lockdown in synchronisation, to prevent a COVID second wave.
One Young World names five of the world's most powerful politicians under the age of 35 as part of a non-partisan award to recognise good political work.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock today (14 July) confirmed that wearing face masks will be mandatory in all shops after 24 July.
Initial Washroom Hygiene explores why we need to keep talking about period poverty, even during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Simon Spence, QC at Red Lion Chambers, explains the need for trial by jury in a time of global pandemic.
Ben Stewart, CEO, Caution Your Blast, explores how a greater understanding of digital maturity can help tackle government corruption.
Yesterday (9 July) Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced an injection of £30 billion to counter ongoing COVID-19 impacts on the economy.
On 10 July, Baroness Susan Kramer and Kevin Hollinrake MP will discuss UK whistleblower policy reform that is aiming to strengthen protections.
According to a new study from the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, COVID-related discrimination against racial minorities has increased from March to April 2020.
Xavier Longan, Lead for Partnerships and Operations in the UN Sustainable Development Goals Action Campaign, discusses how local level transformation could be a turning point for people and the plant during a global crisis.
Philip Baldwin, LGBTQ activist, discusses the significant developments around "conversion therapy" among the LGBTQ community in the UK.
Research from One Young World’s global network shows that 74% of their Peace Ambassadors do not believe racial discrimination will be changed by their politicians.
Samuel Johnston, CMO at BookingLive, shares tips on how SME's can bid on and secure government contracts in a time when innovation is crucial in the public sector.
Lucinda Holliday, head of family and divorce at Blaser Mills Law, discusses what the new overhaul of how the family courts deal with horrific crimes includes and how it will help protect those impacted by domestic abuse.
To encourage and inspire new potential foster carers to step forward, Bristol City Council decided it needed to understand just what nudges people over the line, and what holds them back.