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16th July 2023 | By Rachel Cowsill

Directors on tenterhooks in anticipation of the next big movie

It’s 1993 and the cinema screen is packed out with people eagerly anticipating the start of the latest blockbuster film by a promising director. All...

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30th June 2023 | By Rachel Sarah Cowsill

Filmmaking industry women are scared of being written out.

Experience speaks louder than any statistics a news organisation or magazine want to inundate a person with. Every meaningful story has humans at its centre, and it is the best way to connect with people.

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2nd February 2022 | By Rhiannon Fearnehough

New audio-guided walk along Longsight’s bustling Northmoor Road launching this weekend

A theatre company is releasing a free 60-minute audio-guided tour of the diverse world of a Longsight street. The project, called The People Of, will guide listeners...


2nd November 2021 | By Emma Mohammad

Disproportionate representation of ethnic minorities revealed in UK’s school library books

A new study has found that less than 10% of children’s books published in Britain feature characters from BAME backgrounds.  This is despite the fact that 33% of  school children...


12th December 2018 | By Sarai Van-Cook

Absolutely Buzzing: Girls only football organisers win Equality and Diversity Award at Youth Buzz Awards 2018

More than 40 young people, schools, or youth groups made it through to the finals of the Youth Buzz Awards this year. Awards were made...


19th January 2017 | By nq_admin

Stonewall rates MMU as ‘one of UK’s most inclusive employers’

Manchester Metropolitan University has been ranked 41st in the UK as part of Stonewall’s Top 100 employers rankings, a climb of 125 places from 2016....