“Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights” Hillary Clinton On November 25, 1960, three sisters, Patria Mercedes Mirabal, María Argentina Minerva Mirabal and Antonia María Teresa Mirabal, were assassinated in the Dominican Republic on the orders … Continue readingRead On
Climate change is real, the earth is hotting up and that’s a fact. The COP22 Climate Change Conference is over and so now what? How can we, the millennials, achieve the change required to enforce these environmental findings before the likes of Trump Et al. brand them as “just hot air”?
What do Jose Ramos-Horta, Oscar Isaac and Victoria Barrett all agree on? That millennials have the biggest stake in our future and their voices need to be heard when carbon emission caps are decided. At the COP22 Global Climate Change Conference, a … Continue readingRead On
Arts & Humanities Research Council Awards ‘Research In Film Awards’ 2016: Winners Announced at BAFTA
The winners of the AHRC ‘Research In Film’ Awards have been announced at a special ceremony at the home of British film, BAFTA and the Ladbury team were there to join in the celebrations. Hundreds of films were submitted for … Continue readingRead On