It wasn’t difficult finding an inspirational local woman to interview for International Women’s Day.
I got lots of good suggestions but Zahra Qadir stood out. Born and bred in Waltham Forest, at 21 years of age, she managed to start a brilliant campaign that spread across the world like wildfire.
Continue reading “I Refuse to Apologise”
“I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university.”
― Albert Einstein
Continue reading Live and Let Live
Barclays Premier League starts this Saturday but there’s still enough time to join the thousands of fans that are bristling with excitement. Amina Ahmed (recently converted to football), with the expertise of Arron Greenway, brings you the top ten steps to becoming a footy fan
Continue reading Top Ten Steps to Becoming a Footy Fan
In the light of the ‘Trojan Horse’ plot in Birmingham schools, Amina Ahmed talks about whether Michael Gove’s plan for surprise school inspections is a good idea
Continue reading Surprise School Visits
The academic year is close to an end and hundreds of journalism students around the country are ready to climb the corporate ladder. As an aspiring journalist, Amina Ahmed tells you why blogging is so important and how you should go about doing it
Continue reading Blogging for Journalists: How and Why?
The Prime Minister visited Harlow College in Essex. Two students who are training to be journalists got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when they were put in a room with the man himself. Amina Ahmed and Elliott Mees talk about their experience
Continue reading Students Interview Prime Minister Ahead of Election
Children are innocent and should be left alone, say some parents, while others insist that they should be taught about sex and their bodies especially with the growth of ‘porn culture’. Amina Ahmed brings you both sides of the argument
Continue reading Should Sex Education Be Taught In Schools?