• Higher COVID-19 Deaths Among BAME People

    In a report released on Tuesday 2nd June, Public Health England confirmed death rates to be highest amongst Black and Minority Ethnic groups. According to the Office of National Statistics, Black people were up to four times more likely to die of COVID-19, whilst Asians are about twice as likely...
  • Change Must Begin With the National Curriculum

    Educational group, The Black Curriculum, is pushing for the British school syllabus to be changed. Founded in 2019, it advocates for black history to be taught in schools across the UK. Social enterprise, The Black Curriculum, seeks to redress the predominantly Eurocentric perspective of the UK’s national curriculum. It advocates...
  • Nottingham’s Faculty of Engineering Presented Gold Award for Gender Equality

    The University of Nottingham’s Faculty of Engineering has become the first engineering department in the country to be awarded a coveted gold Athena SWAN award for its commitment to gender equality....
  • Winner Announced: Liberation Officer – Sam Hawkins

    Sam Hawkins has been elected as your new Liberation Officer for 2020/21. Impact caught up with Sam to discuss how he’s celebrating his new role and what he is excited for going forward. What are you most looking forward to in your role? Seeing as this is a completely...
  • Winner Announced: Community Officer – Sofia Thomas

    Sofia Thomas has been elected as your new Community Officer for 2020/21. Impact caught up with Sofia to discuss how she’s celebrating her new role and what she is excited for going forward. What are you most looking forward to in your role?  I’m really looking forward to making...
  • Winner Announced: International Students’ Officer – Jenan Kamel

    Jenan Kamel has been elected as your new International Students’ Officer for 2020/21. Impact caught up with Jenan to discuss how she’s celebrating her new role and what she is excited for going forward....
  • Winner Announced: Education Officer – Rebecca Louise Craven

    Rebecca Louise Craven has been elected as your new Education officer for 2020/21. Rebecca was declared the winner after winning one round of voting and six rounds of counting with 514 votes. Impact caught up with Rebecca to ask her a few questions....