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This was the summer that women’s sport hit the big time From match-fee parity to record viewing figures, professional women’s sport has entered a bold new era Education Sport Wellbeing Youth
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‘I feel calmer, more at ease’: beating anorexia through boxing An English charity is helping young people tame anxiety disorders through boxing. For some, it’s been transformational Health Society Wellbeing Youth
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20 smart ideas that helped make the world better in 2022 Big challenges like the climate crisis require big thinking. Here are 20 people, places and ideas driving positive change Written in partnership with Global Good Awards
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‘Why we shouldn’t call today’s children the ‘Covid generation’ – but ‘the remarkables’’ We must avoid labelling a generation of schoolchildren negatively and focus on their amazing resilience instead Education Opinion Wellbeing Youth
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Five ways businesses are giving back this Christmas Companies across the UK are finding creative ways to support charities this Christmas, as demand skyrockets due to the pandemic Good Business Social Enterprise UK Wellbeing Youth
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How young people are tackling the climate crisis and five ways to help them From restoring habitats to writing their own climate bill, young people are leading the way in tackling the climate crisis Written in partnership with Simple
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