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25th March
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aAh! Magazine Call-out: Students Support Ukraine Campaign Planning Meeting

25th March to 22nd June
Manchester Met’s arts and culture student magazine, aAh! is launching a new campaign to show support for those impacted by the war in Ukraine, publicise humanitarian aid, help towards fundraising efforts and raise awareness of misinformation and disinformation.

The team are exploring a number of projects ideas and are looking for students across Manchester Met to get involved. Are you a student writer, journalist, artist, photographer, filmmaker, content creator, or social media marketer?

Do you have fundraising, communication or organisation skills you can bring? Get in touch and join the campaign.

Interested in getting involved and being part of the #StudentsSupportUkraine coverage and projects?

Join us on Fridays @ 1:30PM on MS Teams

Join the aAh! Magazine MS Teams Group to stay looped in with opportunities and to join the meeting call

Share your experiences

Our student journalists are also keen to promote stories and hear the experiences of international students affected by the conflict. If you are interested in getting involved and having your voice heard, please contact

with the email subject line UKRAINE CAMPAIGN.

About aAh! 

aAh! is a well established arts and culture magazine and online platform run by student volunteers with a passion for journalism and a love for Manchester. It is honest, engaging and curious; a trusted source for relevant news, views, creative work and current news and trends.We aim to provide a safe and supportive space in which students volunteers can be creative and have their voices heard, while boosting their confidence – and CV – with skills in journalism, publishing, social media, graphic design and more.

Join aAh! Magazine’s weekly open team meetings to connect with the editorial team and discover opportunities to pitch your work to the team to be considered for online and print publication.

Each week we will be welcoming new and returning members, introducing our Section Editors who will share ideas and briefs for the online magazine, and discussing opportunities to get involved in our next print issue. You will also receive information on how to apply for a range of editorial, design, branding and marketing and social media roles.

Joining the aAh! Magazine team will enable you to pick up new skills, meet new people and develop a professional public-facing portfolio. Regular team meetings and workshops are designed to equip you with professional skills to support you as a new journalist on the road to publication.

Join the weekly call via the

aAh! Magazine MS Teams Group “General Channel”


aAh! is looking for journalists, editors, graphic designers, illustrators, filmmakers, photographers, social media marketers on an ongoing basis to help make aAh! online and print platforms an informed, inspiring, witty and opinionated collection of student voices and talents that make our city brilliant. Interested? Get in touch.

To find out more about the opportunities available at aAh! visit: 

In A Nutshell...

  • Collaborate... Work in teams to develop a publishing schedule
  • Participate... Pitch your ideas and get creative
  • Show leadership... Bring your voice to the table and explore creative ideas in a supportive environment
  • Engage... Connect with our interdisciplinary student editorial team, meet new people and learn from new perspectives
  • Advocate... Use your new platform to make a change and have your voice heard
  • Earn up to 3 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


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