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My Lucky Miss with Fast Fashion: The True Cost

Coming into my own style and realising I’m a vintage lover at heart, I haven’t had excessive dealings in ‘fast fashion’ since the dedicated Primark hauls that 14-year-old’s frequent. Of course, I pass high streets and retail giants every day,… More

A Little Yellow Box by Mel O’Reilly

Since January we’ve been fortunate to have a group of graduates from Birmingham city university extend our fantastic team through an internship scheme. Bringing their diverse pool of skills and talents as well as their hopes and dreams for their… More

Gayography: Our LGBT Earth

Since January we’ve been fortunate to have a group of graduates from Birmingham city university extend our fantastic team through an internship scheme. Bringing their diverse pool of skills and talents as well as their hopes and dreams for their… More

Guest Blog: Naomi Juste

Welcome to the first in our series of #RadicalChildcare guest blogs. Whether you are a parent / guardian, family member, pedagogue, community member, childcare practitioner or artist – whoever you are, we want to hear your stories. Whether you have… More

Sensory Hub by Amarah Simms

Since January we’ve been fortunate to have a group of graduates from Birmingham city university extend our fantastic team through an internship scheme. Bringing their diverse pool of skills and talents as well as their hopes and dreams for their… More

Impact Your Brew by Cherine Stewart-Lawrence

Since January we’ve been fortunate to have a group of graduates from Birmingham city university extend our fantastic team through an internship scheme. Bringing their diverse pool of skills and talents as well as their hopes and dreams for their… More

Championing Childhood – PLAYFEST Brum

“Play builds the kind of free-and-easy, try-it-out, do-it-yourself character that our future needs” – James L. Hyme, Jr. Play. Who is it good for? Well, the honest answer to that is ALL of us! There is a lot of research… More

Impact Hub Through The Lens of a Nomad by Amy McCranor

Since January we’ve been fortunate to have a group of graduates from Birmingham city university extend our fantastic team through an internship scheme. Bringing their diverse pool of skills and talents as well as their hopes and dreams for their… More

#RadicalChildcare: New Books!

We’re researching children’s story books. Share your ideas! Politics is not just an academic subject we commit to at G.C.S.E, A level and degree level – politics is very close to home. Everything about life is political, from the decision… More

GirlDreamer: Boarders Without Borders Screening

As part of our weekly ‘Food for Thought’, empowerment and education initiative GirlDreamer debuted a documentary accompanying their recent project ‘Boarders Without Borders’ – building confidence, community and fitness in BAME (Black Asian Minority Ethnic) girls through long-boarding. With both… More

The Fabric of Impact Hub by Bella Jackson-Moss

Since January we’ve been fortunate to have a group of graduates from Birmingham city university extend our fantastic team through an internship scheme. Bringing their diverse pool of skills and talents as well as their hopes and dreams for their… More

Trade School Digbeth: 11 Tips from Habakuk CV Visionary Workshop

A CV workshop led through the Trade School framework is distinct from any other employment skills-based workshop. Founded by artists on a bartering system, Trade School is immediately opened up to all, sharing knowledge and experience (and maybe a lighthearted… More