The Warrior Women of Cymer

The history of Cymer is about to be rewritten as new evidence has been found by the Port Talbot girls to show the existence of an army of strong & brave Warrior Women.Read more

Alumni's Olivia on youth & the effects of social media

For the last 2 weeks, Alumni legend Olivia has joined the RECLAIM crew for work experience. Check out her blog post on the positives and negatives of social media on young people.Read more

Port Talbot Girls Will Steel Your Imagination

The PT Perfect Girls graduate & get ready to launch their latest campaign.Read more

34 billboards in Rochdale, Greater Manchester

Rochdale Girls launch billboard campaign asking for a curriculum overhaul!Read more

IWD Push for Progress: CSE and women's rights

REIGN blog on International Women’s Day, a celebration of women everywhere and this years theme is our #PressForProgress.Read more

Women In Science

Co-Author of the Educating All report, Martha Hilton blogs about women in science on International Women's DayRead more

Regeneration: Who created Manchester's buzz?

Are we putting working class people over profit?Read more

Taesia (14): Our black board of Manchester excellence

Our Taesia Mack (14) shares her thoughts on the recent additions to Manchester's Global Ambassadors list, and the lack of black role models in society.Read more

Alex Baratta: Putting an accent on class, the need for accent protection

Lecturer in Language and Linguistics at Manchester University, Dr. Alex Baratta details the role of class and accents in Higher Education and wider societyRead more

Educating All: University can be a tough place for working class students to navigate, especially in the first year

Terry Manyeh: Working class individuals should be represented and provided with the opportunity to make decisions that will affect them, and this means access via higher education to the positions that make changeRead more

RECLAIM Alumni: There are leaders beyond the elite

Alumni Network Lead, Roxy Legane, responds to research stating that pupils who attend elite public schools are 94 times more likely to become society's next leaders.Read more

Aeve Ribbons: Listening to Rochdale

Aeve summarises the community consultation done in Rochdale over the past few months, and announces the start of the Rochdale Girls 2017 LEAD programme.Read more

Press release: RECLAIM celebrates 10 anniversary

Mayor Andy Burnham joins teenagers from Manchester charity RECLAIM to celebrate a decade of transformative youth leadershipRead more

Intersecting Inequalities

Kacea Omeje, RECLAIM Alumni writes about her experience as a peer-researcher for Intersecting Inequalities, a new report revealing huge racial disparities in income for ethnic minority women.Read more

RECLAIM responds to Lammy Review

Alumni Network Lead, Roxy Legane responds to David Lammy's review into the treatment of, and outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic individuals in the criminal justice system.Read more

Terry Manyeh: Young people should be able to enjoy learning and make mistakes

Terry Manyeh from Educating All writes the education system is a pressure cooker waiting to burst and young people are the ones feeling it.Read more

Rachael Gibbons: Working Class Heroes

Rachael Gibbons writes about RECLAIM new flagship Institute programme aiming to celebrate the cultural heritage of rapidly gentrifying communities in Manchester.Read more

The day young Manchester ruled the streets

Shawnee, 16, reports back on an unforgettable Walk for ChangeRead more

A level results day; A significant and anxious day for many working class young people

There can be a lot at stake for working class young people receiving their A level results today. With the opening of an envelope, young people from working class families will find out whether they can take the next steps to a better future.Read more