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Welcome Team wrote: The Spiking Epidemic
by BA(Hons) English Literature with Writing student. I was eight when I first experienced a form of sexual assault. Eight. I was fourteen when I experienced my next form of assault. I was walking back home with a group of similarly aged fri (More)
The Old Library Community STEM Club has become a well-established weekly event in Eastville since it was first launched in September 2021: every Thursday after school, children and their parents or carers make their way to the Old Library Community (More)
I feel very passionately about helping to protect the women One25 support.  One25 is a charity providing support for the most marginalised women in the Bristol community. Their service users are street sex working women. I have volunteered a (More)
by Bassmala Elbushary, BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science There are numerous reasons why I wanted to volunteer. Firstly, I wanted to use my passion (helping others) to make a positive impact and explore where my passion can be useful. That's why w (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Future Space wins Community Award
Last week the Future Space team won the Community Award at The SPARKies. This award is presented to an individual or company doing the most to support the whole tech community in the West. The nomination recognised the work being done in collabo (More)
By Amy Beardmore, Research Associate in Public Health and Community Development As the UK went into lockdown on 23 March in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, communities across the country sprang into action and initiated a rapid process of self (More)
By Professor Steve West, Vice-Chancellor at UWE Bristol As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold of the country, universities have radically changed how they operate to best support students and staff, and UWE Bristol is no different. But alongsid (More)