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Environmental Policy and Management

By | Thinking
Students on the MSc in Environmental Policy and Management (EPM) are able to undertake a partnership project where they work with a community partner either as part of a team or individually , producing either a dissertation or a group project. Since 2013, this Engaged...
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Student led mental health sessions

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The Black Dog Project is a student run project that aims to increase awareness of mental health issues in young people in our local community. Zoe, a Psychology student and project coordinator describes the project: ‘’We believe there are gaps in many young people’s knowledge...
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Supporting sport in schools

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The Sports Leadership Project encourages students to participate in a range of group training, activities and community volunteering. The project is built around the Sports Leadership UK framework and students who participate gain a nationally recognised qualification in leadership. Students participate in a number of...
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Engaging girls in STEM

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Robogals are a student run organisation based within the University of Bristol, as a part of a worldwide initiative, who aim to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) knowledge within the local community, engage more females in STEM and build a bridge between Bristol...
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Rinsed

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Rinsed is a social enterprise created by students at the University of Bristol with the support of Enactus Bristol. Rinsed supports refugees and survivors of slavery and trafficking by offering them employability skills, financial stability and a chance to improve their English through part-time paid...
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Vestability

By | Engineering, Supporting
Vestability is a non-profit organisation founded by students in the Enactus Society which teaches fishers in developing countries how to make buoyancy vests out of local waste materials. 34 million fishers worldwide are using traditional boats using sails and oars, unfortunately in rough waters these...
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