Tag: Wellbeing

The Voice For The Voiceless

Kiesha is a voice for the voiceless.
Her Fuel funded project to hold a premier that would showcase her work and create a space for people to have a conversation about taboo topics. Her collection of short films explores issues like female genital mutilation otherwise known as FGM, which she goes on to explain how “a lot of people are unaware of it”.

4 Ways Beatfreeks has Taken the Digital Space

With all, that’s been going on in around the world and in what feels hopeless and strange we’ve seen humanity rise to the occasion and the digital space has been a force of good and positivity. From the social media challenges that seem to be flooding our timelines and businesses becoming more visible. It’s clear times have changed. Amongst the noise Beat Freeks has managed to create a space for young voices to be heard nationwide

Remani, The Filmmaker Who Cares

One person who is doing this is Remani Love, an up and coming powerhouse who has a passion for social change and uses her creative flair to do so. She released her BBC documentary, featuring Sir Lenny Henry, that posed the question ‘Is higher education failing black British students?’.

Me Time Matters

Without a healthy appreciation for yourself or how you like to feel, you can’t fully extend love back in to the world.

7 Ways To Self Love

Self love is not only vital for your own satisfaction but in the process of loving others. It’s time to look after yourself.

The Journey to Self Love

There is no one way to properly love yourself. It takes time and patience to figure out which things work for you.

Formal Educational Resources

Non-Formal Educational Resources