Sustainable Development Goals, and why it will take all of us

For many interested in the subject of sustainability the UN’s sustainable development goals will have been a subject of hot debate over the last year (maybe even longer), for others you may have never even heard of them, and that is a big challenge. For those who have not heard so much about them, On 25 September […]

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I’m Andre. This is why I Jam

The Conventional  “… consentingly conforming or adhering to accepted standards, in accordance with social stereotypes, cultures or traditions. “ ” If a man is born in an English city, to African parents born on a Caribbean Island, what is he? “ ” What would conventional society call me, Black ?” There are many expectations for […]

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Making #GSusJam as accessible as possible

Hey Rupi here, Today Daniel and I are heading over to Birmingham Soup’s 1st birthday at the Impact Hub Birmingham.   We’ll be taking cake (which is baking away in the oven as I type) and talking about Spaghetti Jams. I’m working out what to say when we take to the stage and thought I’d […]

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Badego: Creative Cafe Mornings

  A couple of weeks ago I scraped myself out of bed and hopped along to Badego’s Creative Cafe, morning meet up at Urban Coffee Company. For those of you who don’t know about Badego, they’re a group who host regular meet ups and events for creatives in Brum and from my experience at Urban Coffee […]

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My name is Florence and this is why I Jam
Illustration of Jam Jar filled with lovely jam

Disclaimer: Not to get too political but I originally wrote this pre-Brexit and since then have been reworking and rethinking a lot of what I was trying to say. It wasn’t until I read Frank Cottrell Boyce’s brilliant article on the meaning of culture in Brexit Britain that I found I had something to say. […]

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