The Summer Day – By Marion Ellis

At 19, studying for my A-levels I had quite a lot of abdominal pain. A trip to the GP led to a referral for a scan and the possibility of an ‘infection’ pelvic inflammatory disease. I was devasted at the possibility my then fiancé had been up to no good and so I went to …

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Diversity and Inclusion within the RICS, here’s to the next 150 years – By Barry Cullen

It is with a gratitude, and a slight dose of imposter syndrome that I write this blog. Thank you to the Surveying Sisterhood for providing me the opportunity to write about the progress made by RICS in relation to diversity and inclusion, and specifically improving gender balance within surveying. It has been humbling to witness …

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Why You Don’t Need to Worry About World Mental Health Day – By Kirsty Harvey

Unless you’ve been hiding in a nuclear bunker for the last few years, no doubt you will have seen the proliferation of information and stories about people and their mental health. A huge number of special days have cropped up around this to raise awareness, of which World Mental Health Day is one. Held on …

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