After weeks of UK government lockdown, restrictions to our daily lives and activities, many of us are looking for things to do to pass the time.
After putting her job on hold, fashion designer Hannah Merrie returns to her sewing machine to provide hope to the many brave NHS workers putting their lives on the line daily.
Brazilian group NUMAPE have recently created three games to make children aware of the dangers of violence against women in a bid to change future norms.
Bournemouth-based entertainer DJ Bizzy is putting a spin on the isolation by bringing the club to people's homes.
Boscombe has its history dotted with stories of crack houses. While the police continues to track down drug peddlers, a charity has converted a former crack house to a community help centre.
Up to 26 percent of students have lost their internships as a result of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, according to a survey by the graduate career agency 'Prospects’.
Young people have to face more risks including exploitation and criminal activities when using the Internet, especially during the lockdown
With the world living in a pandemic, all kinds of situations have been heightened with worry and complications. This is true of the thousands of people who are, or should have, been moving house during the pandemic. Well, add a foreign country and the stress is surely at its peak. We spoke to an English couple who had to move from temporary accommodation in Germany, smack bang in lockdown...
In order to help the many stranded migrants in different parts of India, Indian Railways is allowed to retake their train travel operations after two months of complete shutdown. But how to organize train travel in India, one of the world's biggest and most densely populated countries, in times of Covid-19?