A new multi-agency campaign has been launched to tackle sexual harassment of women and girls in South Yorkshire supported by Sheffield Council, South Yorkshire Police and community partners. The Know the Line campaign seeks to challenge the attitudes of perpetrators of sexual harassment and to encourage members of the public to look out for the safety of women and girls. Sheffield Live! reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to campaign organiser Ann Butler.
Refugee support group the DEWA Project are partnering with mental health practitioners and solicitors to assist women asylum seekers who have suffered sexual or domestic violence. The Home Office Gender Asylum Plan has recognised that woman asylum seekers should be provided with access to trauma counselling and asylum rights information and should not have to relate their story in front of their children or to a male interviewers or interpreter. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
Homelessness charity Roundabout is organising a fundraising and awareness campaign for youth homeless in Sheffield with supporters spending the night sleeping rough. Sheffield Live! reporter Nick Coleman spoke to Katlin Hodgkinson and Claire Collingworth from Roundabout.
Alan Biggs presents a highly topical chat with a former top footballer who received the MBE only last week. John Beresford has been honoured for his work against racism. The Sheffield-born star rose to prominence with Kevin Keegan’s Newcastle.
Sharrow youngsters hoping to follow in the footsteps of Joe Root are to benefit from £28,000 investment in cricket nets and facilities at Mount Pleasant Park. The refurbished community facilities are supported by Sheffield City Council and community partners. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
UTC Sheffield engineering students celebrated winning three medals in a prestigious skills competition that attracted entries from across the UK. WorldSkills UK aims to inspire and equip the next generation with world-class skills to compete on the global stage. Sheffield Live! reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to Alex Reynold principle at UTC Sheffield.
The chancellor Phillip Hammond announced an extra £2.8 billion for the NHS and a rise in the national living wage. Sheffield Live! Reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to University of Sheffield economics lecturer Dr Jonathan Perraton.
Over 1200 children have visited Santa’s Post Office, a pop-up store on Chapel Walk, which offers the opportunity to write a letter to Santa. Sheffield Live reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to Diane Jarvis, manager of Sheffield BID.
A research report from Citizens Advice Sheffield has highlighted deteriorating employment practices that are impacting on Sheffield workers rights and pay. The research highlighted the growth of zero hours contracts and self-employment arrangements and calls for action to improve employment rights and remedies to unfair practices. The researchers estimate £2.7 billion is lost nationally each year in wages withheld from people who are legally entitled to them. Sheffield Live! reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to Tim Arnold of Citizens Advice Sheffield.
Catch up on the latest show to launches on Sheffield Live! ‘Who What Where’ with Azz Mohammed and Stevie Nicks, and a special extended feature on Sheffielder and England international Kyle Walker including an exclusive interview with the man himself. Watch out for the next Who What Where show next Friday evening on Sheffield Live! 8:30pm.