The Holocaust was tragic, it was heartbreaking, one of the worst distresses to happen to the world. There are no words strong enough to express how terrible the Holocaust was. Millions of people murdered, 6 million Jewish people and then another 7 million people from a range of different backgrounds. 27th January is a day… Continue reading Day 27 Holocaust Memorial Day
When we speak to people on the street or even when visiting another country we often just assume that they will speak English, whether fluent or just basic. This is somewhat rude as there are over 7,000 languages in the world. Even though, English is the most popular language spoken, whether native spoken or not,… Continue reading Day 23 Translation
One day you meet someone and the next day you can't imagine life without them. We all love our friends, they are the family that we choose. But best friends are also sisters or brothers, therapists, hairdressers, fashion advisers and more. They love us, understand us, make us laugh, hold us, cry with us, listen… Continue reading Day 19 Check In On A Friend
You walk through the city centre and you see people selling street papers. How many people have you seen walking past, looking away and ignoring them? Or maybe you are the person walking past. But what you do not know is that street paper organisations are set up to help the homeless or people who… Continue reading Day 17 News on the Street
All around us, everyday of our lives, there is a possibility for prejudice thinking or stereotyping someone. You may be a person who is very open about it, or you may be someone who acts without prejudice. But whether we like it or not, we often hold some form of hidden bias. Have you ever… Continue reading Day 15 Hidden Bias.