Articles Tagged with the word ‘news’
10 Apr 2013
A charity is using visual cues and simplified language to make news accessible to all
15 Sep 2012
Answers From Big Issue will offer jobs and training for homeless people while supporting positive social projects
16 Jun 2010
A new facility promoting interfaith peace, the Asha Centre, opened on a day of celebration, also marking the 60th birthday of its founder, acclaimed human rights campaigner, Zebanoo Gifford
09 Apr 2008
Headliners (formerly the Children Express) is a UK-wide news agencyproducing news, features and comment by young people for everyone.
31 Jan 2008
Positive News readers share their stories, comments and ideas for a positive 2008.
12 Jun 2007
Y-Press, a non-profit youth news bureau based in Indiana, in the United States, is giving young people a voice through journalism. Young reporters, aged 10-13, work with young editors, aged 14-18, to research and write stories.
01 Sep 2006
A workshop to be held at The Ammerdown Centre on Sunday 19th November 2006 from 10.00am to 4.00pm with Eliyahu McLean and Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bukhari (co-directors of Jerusalem Peacemakers)
02 Aug 2006
We are working with Green Books through an affiliate programme and by buying books through these links you are supporting ethical trade and helping Positive News at the same time. Their aim is to inform and inspire the general reader about ecological, spiritual and cultural issues of our time.
07 Jun 2006
Room 13's progress and expansion is testimony to what can beachieved by a youth-run project. The concept has moved far beyondCaol's Primary School bringing confidence and artisticopportunities to an international audience.
09 Mar 2006
A selection of 5 different varieties in each box, for giving, sharing and growing: Tomato Temptation, Cool Salads, Succulent Squashes.
19 Dec 2005
Passion for the Planet is a breath of fresh air on the radio dial. The UK's only mind, body, spirit and planet' radio station, its founders are truly passionate about its principles.
Focusing on health, environment and personal development,
15 Dec 2005
The first People's Peace Summit has launched an international initiative for the creation of Departments of Peace in governments throughout the world. The idea is to support the emergence of a culture, where non-violence becomes an organising principle.