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Integrated education in Northern Ireland is urgent – why can’t our leaders see that? | Abby Wallace
In my school, young people were not segregated by obsolete criteria. Everyone should get this chance, says student Abby Wallace

Abby Wallace

02, Dec, 2021 @11:45 AM

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When a far-right candidate has ‘le buzz’, France shouldn’t take young people for granted | Oliver Haynes
This generation is deeply political, but can also be nihilistic, writes student Oliver Haynes

Oliver Haynes

02, Dec, 2021 @11:45 AM

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#MeToo changed Hollywood – but what about our schools, workplaces and homes? | Rosamund Cloke
Out of public view, far from the high-profile convictions, sexual harassment is still scarily common, says student Rosamund Cloke

Rosamund Cloke

02, Dec, 2021 @9:45 AM

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The Guardian bicentenary oral history project
Interviews with staff from across the organisation captured in the Guardian’s bicentenary year

Charlotte Im and Emma Aitken

24, Nov, 2021 @5:21 PM

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World Book Day: a celebration of reading
Share a million stories: competition winners from a Kent primary school become reporters for the day

Jan Trott

30, Mar, 2020 @10:37 AM

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Cancelled: Reading for pleasure primary teacher conference, Friday 9 October 2020
This full day Guardian Education Centre conference, in association with British Library, for primary school teachers and librarians will explore strategies to engage young people with reading, putting books at the heart of learning

16, Dec, 2019 @3:16 PM

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Cartoon and art family day, 9 November 2019 - what we did
The Education Centre’s Cartoon and art family day in association with the Kings Place Music Foundation and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment took place on Saturday 9 November

Margaret Holborn

20, Nov, 2019 @8:25 AM

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October 1920: Women granted full membership of Oxford University
October 1920 saw Oxford University finally grant women full membership and the right to take degrees, also allowing those who had previously taken examinations to return to matriculate

Mena Sultan

08, Oct, 2019 @8:21 AM

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Reading for pleasure primary teacher conference, Thursday 21 November, 2019
This full day Guardian Education Centre conference, in partnership with British Library Learning, for primary school teachers and librarians will explore strategies to engage young people with reading, putting books at the heart of learning

29, Aug, 2019 @1:46 PM

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How Peterloo led to the founding of the Manchester Guardian
This article looks at the Peterloo massacre on 16 August 1819 which led to the founding of the Manchester Guardian two years later and highlights a range of resources and further reading

Margaret Holborn

15, Aug, 2019 @11:03 AM

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Man walks on the moon: 21 July 1969
How The Guardian and The Observer reported on the Apollo 11 mission

Jan Trott

19, Jul, 2019 @2:02 PM

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Emily Hobhouse and the Boer war
At the outbreak of the second Boer war, Emily Hobhouse travelled to South Africa and became an outspoken critic of British foreign policy

Mena Sultan

03, Jun, 2019 @1:40 PM

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