Upskilling young people to cope with the climate emergency should be fundamental to their education.
Author: Jenny Rhodes
To defeat ‘epidemics’, shouldn’t we act with more conviction, more resources and more urgency? Politicians need to take this much, much more seriously. It’s a national threat, just like terrorism which far kills fewer people.
The Universal Credit uplift is set to end on 6th October, despite considerable opposition. Conservative peer Baroness Stroud says that ‘levelling up is impossible if Universal Credit is cut’. Footballer Marcus Rashford calls for the cut to be axed to help tackle the ‘child hunger pandemic’. Ex-PM, Gordon Brown says the cut is ‘vindictive even beyond austerity’.
without human interference. The wilding movement is growing and there are many places in East Anglia where it’s being tried.
Living free from violence is a human right. Is the government prepared to do what is needed to achieve this for women and girls?
There’s so much climate emergency news these days that children may be frightened and anxious about their future. We can help them understand it and develop a proactive attitude.
Women have lost confidence in a system they believe is broken and will not reduce or end the harassment and assault they suffer. They are demanding change.