• Diversity and Inclusivity in the British Fashion Industry

    Inclusivity has become a buzz word for the fashion industry over the last few years, and it is undeniable that the runways are now more diverse than they were a decade ago. However, despite major changes in how the fashion world considers standards of beauty, it is also clear...
  • Galentine’s Day: Ladies celebrating ladies

    Happy Galentine’s Day! Though it may not be an official holiday (yet), we’re putting Galentine’s day on the calendar and here’s why you should too. ‘What’s Galentine’s Day? Oh, it’s only the best day of the year’ – Leslie Knope “February 13th marks Galentine’s day, a day for celebrating...
  • Can You Start a Sport at Uni?

    In September 2018, The University of Nottingham won the prestigious ‘Sports University of the Year’ award. This is ,of course, a huge achievement – even on the international scale – but I want to look a bit closer to home and investigate how inclusive sports really is. The university’s...
  • Trouble in Paradise: Diversity and Inclusivity in Fantastic Beasts

    In a new age of campaigns for inclusivity and diversity, there is no doubt that there is a new found motivation for individuals who want to be involved in the push towards modernity. Yet, the way I see it, it is important to do this carefully so that your...
  • Inclusivity: Can you paint with all the colours of Disney?

    The first fully animated Disney film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, was released in 1937. Being released two years prior to World War II means that the film reflects very different societal values and attitudes to todays. Thankfully, we now have characters like Merida in Brave who are...