Linking back to Day 3 Slow Climate Change, it is important for us to look after the earth. One way that we can do that is to find a more greener way to live. Our homes. There are so many ways that we can make our homes greener and more earth friendly. Save EnergyAvoid leaving… Continue reading Day 24 Greener Home
In 2018, an estimated 570 000 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer worldwide and about 311 000 women died from the disease.World Health Organisation Cervical Cancer Prevention week is an opportunity to educate others about risks of cervical cancer. Around 3,200 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the UK each year. That’s more than 8 cases… Continue reading Day 20 Cervical Cancer Week
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
Around 466 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss.World Health Organisation Hearing loss causes difficulty hearing sounds including speech and music. It can range from mild to profound and can affect just one ear or both. People who are deaf usually have profound hearing loss. There are many causes including genetic factors, infection, exposure to… Continue reading Day 16 Learn Basic Sign Language
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.
Petitions are great place for opinions to be heard and to help something you believe in matter. It is a way to show your support to a cause or campaign and allows for collective voices to be heard in a way that will inspire change. The more people that sign a petition, indicates to the… Continue reading Day 13 Sign A Petition
Wristbands are a great way to show your support to a charity. Wearing a wristband can be very beneficial for charities, it helps them promote their cause, and when you purchase a wristband you are donating to the charity. They are also great conversation starters which gives you the opportunity to talk about why you… Continue reading Day 12 Wear A Wristband
World Health Organisation(WHO) first recognised Covid-19 in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. After this discovery, cases began to appear in different countries, first in Thailand, Japan and the Republic of Korea. Towards the end of January 2020 cases had developed in some European countries including Germany and the UK. It was then when WHO declared… Continue reading Day 11 Covid-19
Religion is learnt through our family, our education, and our church. Often we grow up following a specific religion due to the encouragement of our parents. We then go to a school which has the same values, we attend the services and practice the behaviours of this same religion. There are many religions around the… Continue reading Day 10 Understand Religion
There are many views and feelings about the year just past. When we ask people about 2020, you will definitely hear comments like "it was the worst year" or "we don't talk about that", it was tragic. But for me, 2020 gave me the time I needed for myself. At the start of the year… Continue reading Day 1 Happy New Year!