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Our Impact

Read about our work through our reports and research 

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Read our 2023 Annual Report to find out what we achieved this year, including:


  • Provided 1-to-1 bespoke tuition to young school students, 100% from a marginalised background.

  • Spoken in school assemblies to 1,000+ students to inspire self acceptance.

  • Developed a successful Human Givens mental wellbeing education program over 6 weeks

  • 300+ students Received our vision boarding and future career goals workshops

  • Co-developed a national work experience week program with over a 100+ applicants.

  • Supported and inspired over 30+ college students with our Learning laboratory program

By N. Pridmore and L. Lalemi 

In 2019, the Being BME in STEM half-day conference created a valuable list of recommendations of how to adapt the STEM academic working environment to become a more inclusive place which creates a better sense of belonging for those who we now refer to as the Global Ethnic Majority (GEM).

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Inclusive Spaces in STEM report

Written by Polly Sheehan and Epiphani Sie

Research commissioned by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office to review the experiences and lessons learned from LGBTQ+, disabled and BAME attendees of Polar Horizons 2021.

Written by Kirstie Downham, Andreea Babii, Holly Hou, Joanna Mubenga, Jeenal Manglani

Are you a non-profit? If so and you want to learn more about how to survive and thrive, this comprehensive report will show you a number of ways to do so.

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