Chris Powell, the manager of Charlton Athletic Football Club, received an honorary degree, Doctor of Science (HonDSc), from the University of Greenwich yesterday.
As one of only two black managers currently working in the English professional game, Chris is a
Rugby club London Wasps has launched a campaign to encourage players to talk about depression in collaboration with the charity Mind.
See the full story shown on Channel 4 here:
The month of Ramadan started at sunset, marking a period of fasting for observing Muslims. The holiday celebrates the time when the verses of the Qur’an were revealed to the Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) and is one of the
A FREE event for disabled pupils who are prospective University students, their parents and other allies organised by the Disability Services of various colleges of the University of London. This event is suitable for any pupil over 11 years of
Deadline is close of play today for the
-the only pre-career leadership programme for lesbian, gay and bisexual people. Stonewall Talent Programme
Research by Stonewall indicates that lesbian, gay and bisexual young people often think that they can only work
Ann Cutcliffe OBE, a key figure in the paraequestrian world, is to receive an honorary degree, Doctor of Science (HonDSc) from the University of Greenwich, on Tuesday, 17 July.
Ann has been vice-chair and a board member of the British
The University of Greenwich has staged its first workshop for members of the business community who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The two-day event dealt with subjects including effective social media, networking, public relations, marketing, sales and building customer
Young disabled job seekers are to be given extra support to help them make their way in the world of work as part of a new government initiative.
Through the Access to Work scheme, those on work experience placements will
Applications are now open for the
Stonewall Leadership Programme 2012, kindly supported by IBM.
The Stonewall Leadership Programme is designed to enable each delegate to transform their leadership in a way that is highly personal and relevant to their
Matt Hampson is the winner of best biography at the British Sports Book Awards.
‘Engage’ is Matt’s shocking and moving story descibes how he dislocated his neck and was paralysed in an England rugby training session, and his readjustment to everyday life
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