HM Chief Inspector of Prisons, Peter Clarke warns prisons have become “unacceptable violent and dangerous places” in his first Annual Report released today.
The cinematic failings of Me Before You unravelled with the assistance of disabled director, Elinor Rowlands.
Continue reading ““Just because he can’t actually fuck her, he therefore has to die. He has a tongue he can do other things””
A report issued by Women’s Aid showed that disabled women are twice as likely to experience gender-based violence than non-disabled women.
The native Aboriginal people of Australia are a society entrenched in an oral culture of storytelling. It encompasses every aspect of their discourse-every rock, tree and animal has a story. The explanation for their cultural beliefs is shared through story, and these stories are passed down through generations by song and dance.
An investigation into the rise in teenage suicide and depression in UK’s leading educational institutions, and how two actresses are trying to help child mental health through issue based forum drama.
Continue reading ““Kids are going to try drugs, self harm and get pregnant. There is no way of stopping them, but it is about educating these kids so if they get into these situations they know how to get out of it”.”
Children suffering from mental health problems do not have access to the support they need, figures have shown.
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life,” are the words of celebrated art lothario, Pablo Picasso. The Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker and ceramicist is regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. He also suffered from clinical depression.
Continue reading “The term ‘prisoners’ is a very metaphorical term, and although the immediate image is of an inmate in orange overalls there are so many other prisoners, silent prisoners that are among us”