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Claudia Jones – Journalist, Activist

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As indicated in our recent post, during the course of Claudia Jones – Journalist, Activist  Black History Month, we will be taking the time to talk about notable black figures. Today, we’re choosing Claudia Jones. Claudia Jones – Journalist, Activist  was a Trinidad and Tobago-born journalist. She was a Communist political activist, feminist and black nationalist. Due to the persecution of Communists in the US, she was deported in 1995 and subsequently lived in the UK. She joined the Communist Party of Great Britain upon her arrival here – and remained a member until she passed. She campaigned for access ... Read more

Black History Month

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October marks Black History Month in the UK. The event was first recognized in the UK in 1987. This week, we will take a look at its significance in the UK. Known as the ‘Father of Black History, Carter G Woodson was the son of a former slave. Though opportunity was limited, he worked as a coal miner to save money and attend high school. He gained impressive qualifications, including a Ph.D. from Harvard University. In February 1926, he sent out a press release that signaled the first-ever Black History Month in the US. Black History was first celebrated in ... Read more

Where To Pay Tribute To The Queen

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Mourners across the world are grieving the longitudinal loss of HM Tribute To The Queen Queen Elizabeth II. Tributes continue to arrive from every corner of the globe, but London, where the Queen spent much of her life, remains the centerpiece for all commemorations. The cabinet office said: “We recognize that many people will travel to Buckingham Palace and other Royal Residences as a mark of their respect.”  They advise people to plan ahead to ensure safety and avoid disappointment due to busy crowds. The UK is in an official mourning period until 7 days after the funeral, taking place ... Read more

Journal of Academic Reviews Volume 7 – Issue 1 – June 21

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Journal of Academic Reviews Volume 6 – Issue 1 June 2021 Visit our Research Centre PAPER SUBMISSION Name First Last or Upload your PaperAllowed file types -pdf, doc, dox, Tweets by MRC Research Recent posts MRC Employability Newsletter – February 2024 21.02.2024 0 2 MRC Employability Newsletter – January 2024 2.02.2024 0 1 Studying Hospitality Management in Post-pandemic and Its Career Benefits 24.01.2024 0 0 Load more Categories Accountancy (74) Accounting and Finance (2) Blog (283) Career (42) Courses (220) Employability Newsletter (3) Events (75) Health and social care (3) Health and Wellbeing (6) Hospitality (25) Jobs (5) Journal of ... Read more

Mental Health Tips and Resources for Higher Education Students

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According to current government guidelines, all students are able to return to in-person teaching. For some Higher Education Students, integrating yourself back into an educational setting may feel like a daunting feat after so much time learning from home. We recently posted some general advice on how to approach the shift back into a ‘real’ learning environment and in this post, we hope to cover some useful tips on working on your mental health to attain a more positive mindset to returning to Higher Education Students. Here are some helpful practices you can implement in your life to achieve better ... Read more

Will restrictions ever be eased for students returning to higher education?

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What has been dubbed as Freedom Day is fast approaching. July 19th will see the easing of almost all social distancing restrictions ever be eased for students returning to higher education. There has been debate on whether it is still too soon to proceed with step 4 of the government’s roadmap. As of right now, officials are setting out what they’re hoping for following the 19th as guidelines say that advice is “expected and recommended” rather than to be seen as set in stone. Ministers highlight a level of social responsibility to be held by the public to continue protecting ... Read more

Second National Lockdown

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If you don’t have what you like, you must like what you have Second National Lockdown. With the Second National Lockdown in place and the days shorter and gloomier, your mood is surely far from cheerful. We cannot change the Covid situation, but maybe we will manage to plant some positive thoughts in your mind, that will help you go through the difficult times, following the Pollyanna’s philosophy: If you don’t have what you like, you must like what you have. You managed to get through the first one, you can get through this one too. First of all – you ... Read more

Adult Social Care Funding

In general, Adult Social Care Funding involves the funding that is made in favor of adults of all ages, both the elderly and working adults who may be suffering from one of the issues below: Sight or hearing loss Physical or learning disabilities A mental health problem Illness The funding is meant to retain the suffering person’s independence to live the best possible quality of life. However, the payment only applies to those who are not cared for by their families, friends or neighbours, otherwise known as informal care. These in need of formal care, provided by the local authorities ... Read more

Business Plan Competition 2018

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