Welcome to our new series, Community Conversations! Using Zoom, we have been inviting members of Nottingham’s diverse and vibrant community to talk and debate different topics and questions. The aim of this is to open up conversations between people that are not usually had, connect the community, elevate voices, and find a common ground and direction to implement social action in the future.
In this episode we discuss the impact of COVID19, Brexit and other factors on young people and careers.
Also available on Youtube. Our community conversations are welcome to all. To keep updated on our next discussion make sure you are following our social media pages.
In this episode we discuss Ethnicity and Education in the UK, inequality, representation and share our own experiences and thoughts. We also discuss the term minority and the pros and cons of using it in this context. Furthermore we discuss how things can improve and move forward. Our community conversations are welcome to all. To keep updated on our next discussion make sure you are following our social media pages: https://linktr.ee/fya_notts
Also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/FvDL6lu-Sbs
In this episode we discuss whether as an individual spending more money through things like shopping and leisure, can improve mental wellbeing. Although some people agreed with the statement, arguing that from their experience spending money or having the ability to spend money does make them feel better and take their mind off things, others argued that this was merely immediate gratification and mostly temporary. Furthermore they suggested that the meaning of money may need to be changed, and there needs to be more of an emphasis on community, reaching out for help from peers and self love.