12th September 2022 | By nq_adminGen(ital)der reveal parties are now the latest for prospective parents
The term gender reveal is a misnomer. The 12-week scan, completed as a prerequisite to the celebration, in fact infers the foetal sex- of a baby,...
30th June 2022 | By nq_adminExtending the life of our garments to reduce fashion waste: from Manchester to Delhi
29th June 2022 | By nq_adminThe 7000-km journey of sustainable fashion innovation: From Manchester to Delhi
29th April 2022 | By nq_adminLIVE: Manchester Local Elections 2022
17th August 2021 | By nq_adminLive blog: RISE leadership summit at Man Met
5th May 2021 | By nq_adminLIVE: Manchester Local Elections 2021
Election results for councillors, mayors, the Scottish parliament and Welsh Senedd are slowly coming in from across the country. Social distancing rules mean that counting isn’t...
27th January 2021 | By nq_admin‘It’s so important to keep these stories alive’: Manchester Jewish Museum’s young activists keep stories alive for Holocaust Memorial Day
On 27 January every year, it is Holocaust Memorial Day, remembering the millions of people killed or whose lives have been changed, by the Holocaust....
26th January 2021 | By nq_admin‘There’s a long way to go but it feels like we’re on the right path’: cricket club in Manchester turned into first pharmacy-led vaccination centre
Covid-19 vaccine jabs being administered at Whalley Range Cricket and Lawn Tennis Club
14th December 2020 | By nq_adminImportant work of The Cellar Trust helped save my life, says 22-year-old woman living with bipolar disorder
“To put it simply, The Cellar Trust gave me the support that saved my life,” says 22-year-old Sophie De Groot, reflecting on the help given...
25th November 2020 | By nq_adminManchester International Festival launches training academy for unemployed young people
In 2018 the Manchester International Festival (MIF) launched the Factory Academy for unemployed adults aged 19-24 to train to work in the creative industry. Jocelyne Underwood, Factory...