Verity Beaton is using personal setbacks to fuel her career ambitions.
A student from Edge Hill University has won the chance to perform her own spoken word poem for Virgin Trains’ ‘All Change’ video.
A group of students from Edge Hill University have learnt exactly what it’s like to be a female youth justice worker in today’s society.
Alongside his academic studies, committed student Kyle Clark has dedicated much of his time to raising awareness of mental health and issues within the LGBT+ community.
Anne-Marie Douglas, founder of social justice charity Peer Power, visited Edge Hill University to talk at an event about the health and wellbeing needs of young people in the justice system.
A group of Edge Hill University students have been given the opportunity to change the lives of society’s most vulnerable children.
A Liverpool student who works tirelessly to improve mental health provision for young people has received a scholarship from Edge Hill University.
Edge Hill University students are working with Voice for Children and Cheshire Youth Justice Services to provide support to vulnerable young people through a new mentoring project.
Edge Hill University is helping vulnerable children learn about design and experience higher education as part of a new partnership with Cheshire Youth Justice Services (CYJS).