• Lifestyle, News

    The Mirror Keeps Lying

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    By Dan J Broadley There are people in this world who starve themselves. There are people who force themselves to vomit in an attempt to conform to our culture’s idea of ‘beauty’. Sadly, eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia, remain a serious and often misunderstood issue within society. Wednesday 28th January, however, saw Haleh…

  • Lifestyle, News

    “The Usual Suspects” – Politics, Social Change & Media Representations of Youth

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    By Dan J Broadley Riots. Gangs. Violence. As tabloid newspapers referred to it, ‘Broken Britain’ – the vision of a nation dominated by organised gangs of hooded, knife wielding youths! Is this reality? Or media sensation?  Author and cultural historian, Professor Bill Osgerby, was at Manchester Metropolitan University this week to shed some light on…

  • Entertainment, Lifestyle, Manchester, News

    Eight Decades of Youth at ‘Forever Young’ Film Premiere

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    By Dan J. Broadley Last week saw Manchester Central Library host a very special premiere screening of a film produced Manchester Metropolitan University. ‘Forever Young’ is an ambitious documentary project which was put together by MMU’s Humanities in Public team for  the national Being Human Festival. Set against the backdrop of north west England, the…

  • Lifestyle, News

    Camila Batmanghelidjh

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    “Flipping The Coin: Whose anti-social behaviour requires sanctions? The young, or those who make decisions about their well-being?” – Camila Batmanghelidjh at Manchester Metropolitan University’s Humanities in Public Festival By Dan J. Broadley Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE is one of the most well-known advocates of vulnerable children and has even been described as “one of the…

  • News

    The War on the War on Drugs

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    By Dan J Broadley A few thousand miles away, on the other side of a huge ditch of water we call the Atlantic Ocean is a land called the United States. In the US, some states have begun thinking about the legalisation of marijuana. Some, like Colorado, have already done so. What does this mean? It…


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