Blogs from Fellows and the team
By Michael Alder | 2 Aug 2021
In 1978 I was fortunate to receive a Churchill Fellowship which enabled me to travel to Japan to study land use. Forty-three years later, it is gratifying to see the...
By Yvonne Witter | 28 Jul 2021
The Black community encompasses small businesses and social enterprises, and these can help to build wealth for tackling social issues relating to youth, health and...
By Geraldine Esdaille | 22 Jul 2021
Violence against women and girls is a cause of international concern and estimates suggest that 1 in 3 women will experience physical and sexual assault in their...
By Lorraine George | 13 Jul 2021
Covid-19 struck just as intergenerational learning was gathering momentum in England - and everything was put on hold as the two care sectors, early years and elder care...
By Sophie Redlin | 6 Jul 2021
During the Covid-19 pandemic, nature has played a key role in supporting our everyday wellbeing and it has a further part to play in ensuring longer-term healing and...
By Martin Malcolm | 29 Jun 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen many people face the challenge of social isolation or loneliness, and the subsequent impact this can have on their mental health. Social...
By Saeida Rouass | 22 Jun 2021
When the official lockdown began in March 2020, the End Violence Against Women Coalition predicted: “The Covid-19 pandemic, and the emergency measures that must be taken...
By Ceinwen Giles | 16 Jun 2021
While cancer is a physical illness, its impact on mental health can’t be underestimated - and this has never been truer than during the Covid-19 pandemic.
By Jane Youell | 7 Jun 2021
Given the rainy weather we have had in May, I for one am looking forward to all the rainbows in June as part of the Pride celebrations.
By Alison Broady | 3 Jun 2021
The national curriculum for schools was introduced as statutory, under the guise of equality, but I am very aware that children are never born equal. An education that...