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Generation You on the Rochdale Scandal

21st May 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Generation You on the Rochdale Scandal

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The Rochdale Scandal between 2008 and 2012 shown institutional failure as twelve men were convicted of running a child exploitation ring in the Greater Manchester town.


The incident involved teenage girls who were the victims of sex trafficking and other offences including rape; up to 47 girls were identified as victims during the police investigation.

The scandal also shone a light on the institutional failure of Greater Manchester Police, who failed to investigate the child sexual exploitation allegations despite a sexual health worker having ‘blown the whistle’ on what was happening.


Following the BBC’s drama following the scandal, ‘Three Girls’, Chloe Combi and James Gilmore discussed the incident on Generation You and the different dangers of being male and female in an urban area.

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Generation You on the Rochdale Scandal

Chloe Combi and James Gilmore discuss the Rochdale Scandal and the different dangers of being male and female in an urban area. (12 minutes)

Generation You on Cyber Attacks

14th May 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Generation You on Cyber Attacks

For many people currently in power, it is easy to separate between the ‘real world’ and the ‘online world’. But now, people are starting to realise that really they’re very much the same thing.


Hackings and leaks were a critical part of the US Election, with WikiLeaks releasing hacked documents about the Clinton campaign, Hillary’s email servers also played a major role in the election news cycle. Then, during the French election, now-President Macron had data leaked, with real papers mixed with fake documentation.

This weekend, the world is experiencing yet another major data leak as over 90 countries around the world, including the UK, have been subject to ‘ransomware’ – where computers are hacked, data is locked and you are threatened to pay a ransom to regain access.

In the UK, this has most notably impacted the NHS and Nissan’s car manufacturing.


On Generation You this week, James Gilmore and Chloe Combi discussed the importance of the world’s major organisations finally taking cyber security seriously.

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Generation You on Cyber Attacks

Chloe Combi and James Gilmore discuss the importance of the world's major organisations finally taking cyber security seriously. (12 minutes)

Lekhika Chaudhary on Role Models

7th May 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Lekhika Chaudhary on Role Models

Role models come in many forms, and it is said that they are highly important for us psychologically, especially in helping us guide us through making important decisions now and resulting in happiness in later life.

When we are growing up we look to our role models for inspiration and use this as a blueprint for how we should behave when we’re older. They motivate us, teach us in a specific way to an extent where we uncover our true potentials, and overcome our barriers.


If you chose a role model who struggled with your problems, or had similar obstacles in his life, then chances are he will provide you with the answers to those problems. Or if nothing else give you a different approach to look at.

You will recognize many habits as being good, and adopt them as your own. And if you have the habits of your role models, it’s more likely that you will have the same results in many areas they did.

I remember reading a quote years ago that said: work until your idols become your rivals.


I asked listeners about their role models and who they look up to, and I told them about a couple of mine as well…

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Lekhika Chaudhary on Role Models

Lekhika Chaudhary asks listeners about the importance of having role models. (7 minutes)