By The Biscuit Poets
The Biscuit Poets meet every week to drink tea and write a collaborative poem about a different packet of biscuits. They have all had a brain injury. Read their poems - and leave a comment to make their day.
Can I Bring Ivy? Getting Involved with a Kid in Tow
By Rebecca Tully
This year I'm exploring what it means to get involved and make a difference with a kid in tow. A pointless waste of energy, or an opportunity for me to continue learning despite the shackles of parenting?
CarbonClix provides an ethical and transparent approach to offsetting our carbon footprints. Take action today and help keep tomorrow clean.
By Catherine Phillips
Catherine Phillips, zoo PR manager and student of human rights, is walking 10,000 steps-a-day as part of CARE's Walk In Her Shoes campaign. Here she documents her progress and thinks about those for whom clean water is 10,000 steps away.
By Nasreen Amina
Personal. Political. Divine. The experience of being a woman from the eyes of a Muslim Feminist. Stories of women speaking up and their struggle for equality.
Eating Disorders - Dispelling the Myths
By Gaby Matthewman
Helping to raise awareness of eating disorders, dispelling old myths which skew public perception and working to develop a non-profit to raise funds for research and treatment scholarships.
Loony lefty feminist talks about everything that falls out her brain.
A joint blog where my friend and I use our posts to present a case and an opinion (gavel) with an invite to challenge and debate with us (discuss).
Life After Debt
By Caroline Barwick
This blogger's locked in a battle with the banks. She's documenting her ongoing fight to secure her family's financial future after discovering that her husband's business has gone bust.
One Billion Rising in Britain
Campaign to end violence against women and girls in Britain and across the world.