• Funding Approved For Newark Castle Repairs

    £570,000 of funding has been approved for repairs on Newark Castle by Newark and Sherwood District Council. Impact's India Marriott reports on the new investment....
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    The History Of COP: From Kyoto to Paris

    Charlotte explores the history of the COP summits and what they have (or have not) achieved....
  • Israel And Palestine: A Very Short History.

    The Arab-Israeli conflict is one of the longest and most controversial matters plaguing the world today. It is often gone unspoken about, but the eviction of the Jerusalem Palestinian neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah and the violence that came as a result has been the subject of the latest surge...
  • Re-examining The Legacy Of Celebrated Historical Figures

    Society tends to celebrate and idolise popular figures whilst ignoring the negative aspects of their legacy. Many individuals are revered for their positive achievements which have left an enduring legacy of popular support....
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    Featuring You – Episode 2

    Impact Features Join Impact’s Features team as they catch up with Rachel Elphick, winner of our Article of the Month award and meme historian extraordinaire! You can check out Rachel’s winning article here. Featured image courtesy of Isabelle Raikes and Impact Podcasts via Canva. Music courtesy of: https://www.purple-planet.com/ Did you know...
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    Brighton As An LGBTQ+ Capital

    Daria Paterek Residents of Brighton pride themselves in the image and legacy of their city. Brighton is home to one of the biggest LGBTQ+ communities in England and has consequently built a reputation for itself as the unofficial ‘queer capital’ of England. However, being home to a massive LGBTQ+ community...
  • What Is The True Worth Of Artwork?

    Alex Tyndall For as long as humans have existed, we have been innately drawn to works of art (pun very much intended). Cave paintings and carvings dating back tens of thousands of years are a testament to the universal language of images and their age-old significance. So it’s no...