As a grassroots organisation, we believe in creating change, not only in the sexual and reproductive health arena, but many more. We mobilise to create impact in a range of ways and use our skills as a creative collective to address the needs of the communities we work in and with.

Here are a few of the campaigns that we support as an organisation and the work that we are doing in relation to the cause. 

Beat The Taboos

Last month our founder Rianna traveled to Craiova, Romania for the Kick off Meeting for our new Erasmus+ Funded project, Beat the Taboos (BTTs). BTTs is a 2-year international project that aims to understanding some of the challenges and barriers that young people...

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We Exist Too – 100 Voices

The We Exist Too research project spearheaded by our founder Rianna, aims to understand the sexual health behaviour and attitudes of Black women in the UK. Unfortunately, women of colour experience negative reproductive and sexual health outcomes in addition to...

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PrEP for Black Women

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a pill taken daily that reduces the chances of acquiring HIV. PrEP has enormous potential to significantly reduce HIV transmission and therefore to reduce costs for HIV treatment, care and support. Despite being effective, PrEP is...

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First Impressions – Etiquette 101

First impressions for young people are important and with that in mind is crucial that young people are aware that saying or doing the wrong thing in a professional environment can cause offence, or even cost them their job.

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Diversity in Journalism

Shine ALOUD Magazine launched in 2011, with the aim of providing sex and relationship information and guidance to young people under 25, in addition to tackling the lack of diversity in mainstream media.  Through the creation of 7 publication and our ongoing work...

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Wholesome Living – Substance Abuse is Self Abuse

We are pleased to announce that we have secured funding to run our first international project Wholesome Living - Substance Abuse is Self Abuse. Our grant from Erasmus will allow us to a 24 month project to understand the factors that influence substance abuse among...

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