Young People Fellows' Story Collection

Author: Helen Aherne
Young People Fellows' Story Collection

Read more about some of our younger Fellows' achievements.

Deepesh Patel is one of the youngest people to be awarded a Churchill Fellowship. At the age of 18, he travelled to Canada and Peru in 2011, to work with researchers to investigate the ethnobotanical potential of floral and fauna in the Peruvian Amazon (mainly in primary and secondary rainforest in the Manu Biosphere Reserve). Read more...

Jodie Lees embarked on a Fellowship to New Zealand in 2014, aged 25, to find out how young people are being supported to become creative leaders. She discovered key elements that could have a huge influence on how we do things here in the UK. Read more...

Angus Mulready-Jones was 25 when he travelled to the USA and Sweden to study the services available for children of imprisoned parents. He visited prison establishments and met with policy makers and many children affected by imprisonment. Read more...

Alvin Carpio travelled to the USA in 2014 to explore how community leaders are addressing social exclusion. He has since advised governments across the world on issues around poverty and represented British young people in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. Read more...

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