In the days and weeks after the death of Margaret Thatcher, several buzzwords emerged in media discussions of her political legacy. Words like ‘divisive’, ‘controversial’ and ‘determined’. The regularity of these words reflected… Read More →
Name? Nicole Zographou Age? Gettin’ on… I’m 24 Where are you from? Best in the South West….Bristol! What do you do? Currently I am unemployed, I graduated in International Development, now looking for work in Events management.… Read More →
On Monday the 25th of March, the Youth Media Agency in collaboration with Bite the Ballot campaign held a debate at the Houses of Parliament. Bite the Ballot, is a national campaign created… Read More →
Hey everyone, Just wanted to send out a quick survey on work experience and the prospects of receiving a job afterwards, so if you are between 16-24 check it out below! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JZ39FY9 Thanks!
Name? Natalie Aidoo-Davies Age? 20 Where are you from? Ghana What do you do? Full-time student at Middlesex University Any special hobbies/talents/interests? I love to cook and organise events. As a young person what is… Read More →
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