Mahmoud Hussein: A Salute to Courage – By Martins Agbonlahor

Aljazeera’s journalist, Mahmoud Hussein, was released two weeks ago in a move that had been completely unexpected – not because there was evidence for his incarceration – in fact, there was not even a shred of it nor was there a scintilla of proof to justify the harsh treatment he had received, but because he had been jailed cruelly and unjustly for years.

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Freedom of Speech: Support Christian students like Julia

Students in the UK are being punished for holding certain values. Julia Rynkiewicz, a final year midwifery student, was forced to suspend her studies and faced a fitness to practise investigation over her involvement with a pro-life society.

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New Chair to Lead the Drive for Diversity in Apprenticeships

During National Apprenticeship Week 2021 Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills, Gillian Keegan, joined a meeting of the Apprenticeship Diversity Champions Network to speak to members and announce the appointment of a new chair.

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The Hear Me Now Podcast highlights issues within the creative arts industry

Each podcast episode promises to ignite honest and open conversations ranging from the current state of the creative arts industry, to race, identity
and balancing mental health issues whilst delving into creative pathways.

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