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Profile: Malala Yousafzai

<b>Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai wrote an anonymous diary about life under Taliban rule in north-west Pakistan. She was shot in the head by militants for daring to go to school. In 2014 she became the youngest person ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize.</b><p>Accepting the award in Oslo she said she …

Week in pictures: 18-24 October 2014

2012/13 Reel Youth Film Festival LOCAL Winner :: Resilience

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Sociology A-level updated to include social media, web safety and selfies

Sixth-formers taking A-level sociology are set to study topics such as social media, the culture of selfies, online safety and privacy.<p>The topics are part of a new course drawn up by OCR, one of England's biggest exam boards, which said that the subject should not be seen as a soft option.<p>It said …

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Preventing Identity Theft<p>is a method used to carry out criminal activity, involving unauthorised use of your name and personal details to either …

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Dryvember – have a go at saying no!<p>Knowing that December is full of boozy Christmas parties, late nights and celebrations, why not give your body a …

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Cyberstalking<p>Stalking and harassment have always existed, but since the growth of the internet, it has become easier for those who carry it out to do …

One-pot lentil chicken

This all-in-one meal makes a brilliant guilt-free supper, and if you are really hungry - just add potatoes<p>Ingredients<p>1 tsp vegetable oil<br>• 2 rasher lean …

How blind Victorians campaigned for inclusive education

<b>Disabled people's voices are often missing from mainstream history, but texts reveal that a group of forgotten blind activists fought for inclusive education during the Victorian times.</b><p>Historically, education for children with disabilities, in so far as it has existed at all, has tended to be based …

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The Active 10 app will help you get into the habit of walking briskly for ...<p>HEALTHY LIVING<p>The British Red Cross Baby and Child First Aid app …

Designing a Jaguar

Rebecca Lees is a Body Structures Engineer from Jaguar Land Rover. She has worked on high-profile projects including the new Jaguar F-Type. In this …

Poor emotional wellbeing is growing area of concern

WE’VE all seen TV coverage or read reports about the misdemeanours of young people under the influence of drink and drugs, which of course is greatly …

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How to Let Go of a Past Relationship: 10 Steps to Move On Peacefully

<b>“The amount of happiness that you have depends on the amount of freedom you have in your heart.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh</b><p>Nine years ago my heart was in a …

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‘Mind Blowing’: In Just 30 Seconds, You’ll Understand Why This ‘Crazy Circle Illusion’ Has Received Over 1.3 Million Views This Week

“Mind blowing.”<p>That’s how some are describing a “crazy circle illusion” posted online Monday which has quickly amassed more than 1 million views on YouTube.<p>The video asks viewers to first watch as the balls appear to rotate in a circle and then “focus on one ball at a time and notice that it …

Oxford Mindfulness Centre Starts Initiative To Create A World Without Depression

As the practice of mindfulness steadily gains popularity, underpinning its benefits to our daily lives is the new initiative by the Oxford …

Mindfulness For Kids: Why We Should Be Encouraging Young People To Find Inner Peace

Once upon a time mindfulness was reserved for spiritual types sitting cross-legged on the tops of faraway mountains, but these days the mind-calming …

Thoughts on depression from an artistic mind

I admire the (temporary?) openness about depression that is being displayed in the media and online in the wake of Robin Williams's suicide, and I want to add my two cents. My credentials are that I am a fellow sufferer, and have experienced depression (and its knife-wielding twin, anxiety) since I …

Should you go dairy free?

If you’re suffering from lactose intolerance or digestive problems, ditching the dairy might be the best move. We find out the expert’s take on the …

Drink up, then eat the glass – the trend for edible food packaging and tableware

Picture the scene. You're at a party, drinking a cocktail. Once you've sipped, you eat the glass. Sounds a little on the wild side, but this is the image Loliware wants us to play in our heads.<p>The US start-up founded by Chelsea Briganti and Leigh Ann Tucker, who trained as product designers, has …

Embrace The #NoFilter Sublime Of These Minimal Smartphone Photos

Tony Hammond's photos of pastel, spacious landscapes are the most zen images on our feed.<p>British photographer Tony Hammond keeps it sparse: one look through his pastel-pigmented Instagram feed paints a portrait of an smartphone artist with an eye as attuned to capturing decisive moments as he is at …

Watching Cakes Being Mass Manufactured is Mesmerizing

We think of factories producing iPhones, IKEA flatpacks and Infinitis, and as ID'ers we have an idea of what those production lines look like. But …

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One of the easiest ways to improve your iPhone photos is to properly expose your image at the moment of capture. While you can always make …