How the SWPL could benefit from Scots Gov capacity rules

 As the Scottish Government continue to debate whether it is safe for stadiums to welcome large scale amounts of fans the women’s leagues in Scotland are welcome to continue due to their unfortunate low attendance rates compared to men’s teams. Teams such as Motherwell and Hamilton Accies tend to draw in crowds but rarely ever break the 100 fans mark despite having a loyal men’s … Continue reading How the SWPL could benefit from Scots Gov capacity rules

‘Erase the Grey’ Campaign Arrives at City of Glasgow College

City of Glasgow College has teamed up with Glasgow Caledonian University to help spread awareness about their gender-based violence campaign #erasethegrey. Large poster boards have been placed on the second floor of the City Campus calling out common excuses used to downplay assaults and abusive behaviour. ‘Erase The Grey’ was launched in 2019 by Glasgow Caledonian University as a way to spread knowledge and awareness … Continue reading ‘Erase the Grey’ Campaign Arrives at City of Glasgow College

New York-based Artist Illuminates Glasgow Skyline

Drivers on the M8 passing Kinning Park will have been stunned by the sight of a neon art installation on one of the buildings. The red art piece is lighting up the Glasgow skyline over the course of the UN Conference of Parties (COP26). Behind the installation is New York- based artist Mary Ellen Carroll, who said: “The piece is called ‘indestructible language’ and the … Continue reading New York-based Artist Illuminates Glasgow Skyline

GlasGLOW Tackles the Climate Crisis

This year’s GlasGLOW event took inspiration from the COP26 conference happening on the other side of the city and donned a climate change theme. The event has been successfully running for three years in Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens. The theme is presented to guests via metaphors and imagery. Loudspeakers announce that you are a reporter sent to investigate the disappearance of ‘Gloop Corp’s’ CEO and what … Continue reading GlasGLOW Tackles the Climate Crisis

Extinction Rebellion Northern Ireland “Stand With” Those At Climate Conference

Extinction Rebellion Northern Ireland have taken to George Square in a demonstration to ask the leaders and delegates taking part in the discussions at the UN Conference Of Parties (COP26) to ‘make the right decisions for the right reasons’ and tackle the ongoing climate crisis. Adam, who was demonstrating alongside the group said: “Today we had an action to talk about petroleum licensing and a … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion Northern Ireland “Stand With” Those At Climate Conference

Animal Rights Activists Stage Protest in City Centre

George Square was the home of multiple demonstrations as Extinction Rebellion, Farm Animal Rights Movement and Animal Rebellion took to the streets to protest environmental change. Farm Animal Rights Movement, the oldest animal rights organisation in America descended to Glasgow to spread awareness about the exploitation of animals and the impact it has on the planet. The group is also passionate about reducing reliance on … Continue reading Animal Rights Activists Stage Protest in City Centre