Alex Winstanley

“True education goes beyond imparting knowledge; it should empower individuals to pursue their passions. Over the past decade, I’ve witnessed the systemic marginalisation of disabled individuals, a community often denied opportunities and recognition. This injustice has been a driving force behind my current position. Marginalised communities encompass a broad spectrum, including those with disabilities and […]

Jenny Dakosta Van Mputu

‘Nothing worth having comes easy. Your hard work will lead you to your goals.’ Hello, I am Jenny Dakosta Van Mputu, a 48-year-old man from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. My life story unfolds as a 12-year odyssey marked by struggle, resilience, and an unwavering fight against injustice. Join me as I reflect on […]

Yatin Mistry

‘when you let your light shine you give others permission to do the same’ My name is Yatin Mistry, I’m a proud, gay, British Indian, but it hasn’t always been this way… I grew up in the 1980’s in  Essex and went to a school where everything was whitewashed and racism was merely accepted. I […]

Meg Holloway

“You’ve got a responsibility to change, improve, and explore yourself. It’s time to focus inward” I am Meg and I am a life coach. My mission is to help overthinkers and self-doubters to master their minds. I have lived with my partner in the Lake district now for 18 months but I was born in […]

Jeremy Indika

Trigger Warning: Child Abuse ‘Finding happiness in facing up to new challenges’ My name is Jeremy Indika and I am the founder of ‘Something to Say’, my life’s mission is to break the uncomfortable silence that surrounds child abuse. I was a normal child; I did well in school, I played lots of sports and […]

Rio Timberlane

“ If we can give away our power, we have the ability to take that power back.” I was born in the Hollywood area of LA county and they lost my birth certificate! When I went looking for it a few years back, I found it in an obscure, hidden place in a government building’s […]

Andy Craddock

“Disability has not stopped me from being the person that I am”. My name is Andy Craddock. I went through life as an able-bodied person until I acquired a disability in adulthood. I’m from Birmingham. I come from a working-class family, and my father was in the military. Both my parents passed away a couple […]

Siobhan Daniels

Trigger warning: mention of child abuse “I feel like I’m on the edge of the cliff and I’m ready to jump and I’m excited, I don’t know what’s going to happen but I’m there, it’s too late for me to crawl back.” I’m Siobhan Daniels, I’m 63 years of age. I worked for the BBC […]

Keji Moses

‘We must show compassion’ Trigger Warning: Domestic violence, Infant loss My name is Keji Moses. I’m a mother and founder of the charity Mayah’s Legacy, shining a light on the mental health impact of pregnancy loss. We intend to show people that their voice matters. I’m originally from Nigeria but have lived in the UK […]

Michelle Jones

“I transitioned from somebody who lived a life of chronic illness, to somebody that lives a life with chronic illness” My name is Michelle Jones. I am owner of a wedding consultancy but, most importantly, I have a startup business called Kindness Currency. I’m from a working class family in the northeast of England. I […]

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