Turning up the volume on local voices
- In the spirit of subtle resistance
- Don’t get too excited about the new Alzheimer’s drug recently approved in the US
- Music in lockdown - Peter Martin
- Music in lockdown - Julieta Iglesias
- Music in lockdown - Benedict Lewis-Smith
- Changes at Haringey Adult Learning Service (HALS)
- The Old Bakery gin - in love with local history
- A mini Eden project for the community
- On your bike!
- Mental Health Awareness Week
- Being a victim of identity theft during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Alex Oppong’s advice on how to stay safe online
- Measles and me: why I chose to have the Astra Zeneca vaccination
- The long way home - travel & quarantine
- Celebrating Her Story - Women’s History Month part 1 - Haringey Libraries’ customers talk about their favourite women writers, and their favourite books by them (external link).
- Celebrating Her Story - Women’s History Month part 2 - Haringey Libraries’ customers talk about their favourite women writers, and their favourite books by them (external link).
- Celebrating Her Story - Women’s History Month part 3 - Local author, Wendy Brandmark, talks about her writing, and women writers who have influenced her (external link).
- Celebrating Her Story - Women’s History Month part 4 - Local author, Wendy Brandmark, talks about her writing, and women writers who have influenced her (external link).
- Haringey Live Arts Podcast (external link)
- LGBTQ/BAME activism in Haringey (external link)
- Diabetes: Prevention and Care (external link)
- Spurs Super Sunday covid vaccinations - June 2021 (external link)
- Vaccine pop-up clinic Haringey - April '21 (external link)
- Support for Small Medium-sized Enterprises in Haringey - during the pandemic (external link)
- A challenging year (external link)
About Information Station
Welcome to Information Station, Haringey's new community news project created as part of our response to COVID-19. If you care about getting through COVID-19 together, then this is the place for you.
Information Station is run by a group of citizen journalists. They are people who live or work in Haringey who give their time to report news stories and share the COVID-19 and lockdown experience of communities in the borough
They work together to:
- make sure Haringey people have a voice
- share local information on all things COVID-19 and lockdown
- challenge myths and fake news
- start informed debate about issues that matter to local people
Meet the team:
- To get to know my community
- Develop my journalism skills
- To get to know my local community and its concerns/ struggles and to get involved by providing the population of Haringey with local information and get to know all the local groups and initiatives.
- To share and exchange ideas and to create a forward looking network.
- To enhance and develop writing and journalistic skills so that I can find my writing voice. To gain confidence and technical skills as a writer/journalist. How to approach more sensitive topics. How to write objectively.
- To expand communication skills including visual ones such as making short films and documentaries
- To develop writing and photography skills
- Improve my English in a friendly group
- Learn new skills such as filmmaking and journalism
- Offer support and information to people challenged by dementia
- Personal development to be able to hold conversations with a range of people
- Share my experience with others
- To help people in the community and help myself through challenging misunderstanding and trust issues around Covid together
Meet more citizen journalists soon...
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