The Goat in the china shop…Read More
We went past a road sign the other day…Read More
A look at the trials, tribulations and advantages of dyslexia in education. Told through the story of Greg Greenwood – The Ideas On Info logo designerRead More
The Julian Assange affair marks an important climax between two competing philosophies. That of old-school journalism and its newer cousin ‘citizen journalism’—of which Ideas On info is a member.Read More
At this point the Mass is not yet Critical. So far, all anyone might notice is a few eccentric cyclists and standers-about.Read More
Economically, it is estimated that today’s coral reefs bring in a value of US$33 trillion per year due to their contributions towards food, tourism and medicine. Over 4000 species of fish and their food are reliant on coral reefs that, in turn, prop up 12% of the entire world’s fisheries.Read More
Why have there been so many resignations? What is in the Draft Withdrawal Agreement? What will happen next?Read More
You can publish your work with us. Want to know what we do, why we’re doing what we do and how you could get involved to? Find it all here.Read More
The People’s Walk for Wildlife saw 10,000 people marching on Downing Street. Read on to find out more.Read More
On March 30th, the penultimate day before the closure of the Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter, Ideas On Info held a debate about where ‘The Future of Theatre and The Arts’ might take us now, and how education, providing development spaces and Brexit might effect it?Read More
Our Podcast special recorded live during our question time and debate event at the Exeter Bike Shed Theatre at the end of March just before it closed down.Read More
In April last year, I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at the 2017 TEDxExeter conference. If we, as young people, can go out and (to borrow a quote from my talk) set the world on fire, the politicians can actually take us seriously.Read More
Days 33 to 35.
This is the 13th of a weekly instalment of ‘The India and Nepal Diaries.’ There will be a new one each Sunday. - To a degree this is a story about not very much. Mainly about being young and slightly stupid in places and cultures...Read More
It has been announced that Prince Charles will succeed in his mother as head of the Commonwealth. However, the position is not a hereditary one, and some were hoping that a different type of head might be sought.Read More
Days 30 to 32.
This is the 12th of a weekly instalment of ‘The India and Nepal Diaries.’ There will be a new one each Sunday. - To a degree this is a story about not very much. Mainly about being young and slightly stupid in places and cultures...Read More
Whenever I meet Dee she always seems to have been doing amazing things both at home or at competitions across the country. Hopefully Dee’s successes might interest and inspire anyone reading this.Read More
Days 27 to 29.
This is the 11th of a weekly instalment of ‘The India and Nepal Diaries.’ There will be a new one each Sunday. - To a degree this is a story about not very much. Mainly about being young and slightly stupid in places and cultures...Read More
Established in the aftermath of WWII the core body of the UN has changed little in composition. Currently there are only five permanent members of the SC (Security Council), the UK, France, Russia, the USA, and China. This raises several questions, why are three of the five SC members western? Where is African and S. American representation?Read More
A plasticy political poem by Silas WelshRead More