The campaign also asks for clearer reporting pathways and encourages people to disclose their experiences with gender-based and sexual violence.
Some of Strathclyde’s staff are calling on the University to commit to a learning model that is fully delivered online for next year’s semester as Covid-19 cases in Glasgow continue to rise.
This year has changed everything, especially for those students who were meant to be going abroad as part of their degree.
Two trans women tell their stories about continuing social stigma and how this affects the mental health of Scotland’s trans community.
Strath Union has launched a sexual health survey to gain a more comprehensive understanding of students’ experiences of sex and relationships whilst they are studying at Strathclyde
GFF will be back in 2021 with in-cinema screenings, as well as a new year-round online platform. The ‘Best of the Fest’ programme will launch the ‘Glasgow Film at Home’ streaming site on 23 November.
By Kane Dinmore “There is no denying it’s different but honestly it wouldn’t put me off attending at […]
Then need of team sport in order to be truly happy.
Part 2 of our Black History Month special…
It’s not easy to make a solid mental connection between the Glasgow of today and the Glasgow of the colonial era