8th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to raise awareness for student loneliness

Today Northern Quota launched its #Hereforyou campaign. A campaign which looks to raise awareness for those students who are struggling to cope with loneliness at...


8th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to fight the stigma surrounding public breastfeeding

Would you eat your lunch in a public toilet cubicle? If the answer is no, then consider why so many women are made to feel...


6th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to get mental health education on the curriculum

75% of mental health issues start before the age of 18. And it’s no surprise. Under 18s are probably the most vulnerable group as they...


6th November 2017 | By Tom Green

Street Safe M14: Campaign launched to increase police presence in Fallowfield

Fallowfield, once a pleasant suburb, is now in the news for all the wrong reasons. Heavily populated by students, the south Manchester suburb is currently experiencing a sharp...


6th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign To Help The Homeless In Manchester

  Winter is coming. And while many of us have the luxury of central heating, a cosy bed and warm winter coat, there are many...

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3rd November 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to ditch the disability stigma within sport

How many paralympians could you name? Better yet, how many disability sports could you list? If you can answer either of these questions then you’re...


1st November 2017 | By nq_admin

#GOFAUX: Campaign launched to stop clothing and accessories containing real animal fur being sold in the UK

Real fur is used as a ‘luxury’ material in fashion houses worldwide and innocent animals are dying so people can wear this fabric that is paraded...


31st October 2017 | By nq_admin

Rescue Me: Campaign launched to get people adopting animals instead of buying from breeders

The Northern Quota has launched a campaign to encourage the public to adopt animals instead of buying them from breeders. Whilst animals are left forgotten about in overcrowded...


27th October 2017 | By nq_admin

Women in the Arts Campaign Launched to Tackle Gender Inequality in the Arts Industry

NQ officially launch the #WomenInTheArts campaign Our arts reporter Amy Stutz is looking into the shocking statistics of gender equality in the arts and culture...


25th October 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to abolish the ‘curve’ section and house all clothing sizes together

In recent years fashion brands and websites have started to introduce the ‘curve section’. Seemingly, a less offensive way of saying ‘plus size’, but nevertheless...

Let's Talk About IBS

25th October 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to break the taboo when talking about IBS

“Oh, nothing to worry about, it’s only IBS.” Sound familiar? In the UK, IBS will affect 10-20% of people. IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is the...


24th October 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to increase national funding for brain tumour research

#FUNDTHEFIGHT is a campaign to increase national funds for brain tumour research. Treatment for cancer is becoming more and more advanced. Over the past 40...


23rd October 2017 | By Georgia Landi

Campaign launched to lower the price of gluten free food in UK supermarkets

Coeliac Disease is a lifelong autoimmune disease that is caused by the immune system reacting to gluten. Around one in every 100 people are affected in the...

plastic pollution, refills not landfills, campaign

23rd October 2017 | By Sian Hamer

Refills not Landfills campaign launched to raise awareness of plastic pollution and encourage using reusable bottles

Refills not Landfills is a campaign aimed at raising awareness of the damage that plastic is doing to our planet and encouraging everyone to use...


23rd October 2017 | By nq_admin

MMU student launches Don’t Touch: a campaign calling for musicians to speak out about sexual assault at gigs

Melissa Svensen, a student at MMU, has today launched the Don’t Touch campaign, calling for musicians to call out the sexual harassment that seems to...


23rd October 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to encourage more young people to talk about mental health

According to the National Health Service, approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. From depression and social...


21st October 2017 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to raise awareness about head injuries in football

“Football cannot survive as the world’s most popular sport if it fails to address the dangers of catastrophic brain injury among its players” – Bennet Omalu...


24th July 2017 | By nq_admin

Brexit and international educational opportunities

International relationships between universities here in Britain and in mainland Europe could be set to face a challenging few years with Brexit looming. But how...


10th July 2017 | By nq_admin

VIDEO – Protesting: From Manchester to Utrecht

Protesting is an integral part of any society, modern day, or old. Protests have been documented, written about, videoed, quashed and proven successful since records began....


5th June 2017 | By nq_admin

MMU Student helps create Support Sessions to offer free counselling to anyone affect by the Manchester terror attack

Alicia Hattersley, who witnessed the Manchester Arena terror attacks, is working alongside Manchester Metropolitan University’s Make a Difference team to create Support Sessions – an...