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Content is King… and Queen and Jack and all the Aces

An opinion piece by Dr Jessica Symons, University of Salford, drawing insight from attendance at a Westminster Media Forum Keynote Seminar: Creative industries in England - regional growth, funding models and policy priorities.

She is sustainable

An exciting event is coming up in July for women working in sustainability in North West England.

Devolution Luggage Label

Getting Involved With Jam & Justice

We've got a number of opportunities to find out more about the Jam and Justice project and whether you'd like to be involved - why not come along to an interactive workshop, a drop-in session or a social?

The University of Manchester celebrates making a difference

The University of Manchester’s annual Making a Difference Awards took place on Wednesday 11 May in the University’s Whitworth Hall.

Jam and Justice Open Evening

Friday 13th May // 5-7.30pm // Left Bank Café, Peoples History Museum, Manchester

Welcome to Jam and Justice

Beth Perry introduces....the Jam and Justice Collection.

Research meets Cycling - In the City and for the City

Gabi Schliwa (University of Manchester) and Graeme Sherriff (University of Salford, see contributor profile) share insights from the 12th Cycling and Society Research Symposium held in Greater Manchester and reflect on what cycling research means, and could mean, for the region.

Near death to super seaway : Manchester Ship Canal

Walter Menzies looks back at the enthralling history of the Manchester Ship Canal and explores what the future may hold for this jewel of the North.

Steady State Manchester: communicating a change

Steady State Manchester launches a series of conversations exploring how a viable economy can detox Manchester.

Laura Ager speaks to Kolyn Amor, contributor to the Gothic Manchester festival

Crafting the Weird at Gothic Manchester Festival 2015

Laura Ager speaks to Kolyn Amor of Salford's Sacred Trinity church about the darker side of Manchester’s cultural scene.

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