Blogs from Fellows and the team
By Sarah Helton | 18 Jun 2019 |
Sex, drugs, relationships, religion… all of these subjects are covered in UK schools, but what about death?
By Julia Weston | 15 May 2019 |
I’m thrilled to announce that today we open our doors to every adult UK citizen for the next round of Churchill Fellowships.
By Esther Sample | 13 May 2019 |
I have worked on projects focused on women’s homelessness for around eight years and heard many stories about how women ended up without a home.
By Rachel Dolan | 8 May 2019 |
If a woman goes to prison in the UK, she will be separated from any children she has who are over 18 months old. This can be devastating for both the mother and the child.
By Erin Hope Thompson | 1 May 2019 |
After my father died of cancer in 2008, my family and I struggled to find the support we needed. The help there was, if any was available at all, seemed to be time...
By Alex Lockwood | 26 Apr 2019 |
Today the world will remember the most devastating human-made disaster ever experienced. Thirty-three years ago, in 1986, Reactor Number 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power...
By Francesca Sanders | 16 Apr 2019 |
“I feel a lot more optimistic about my future!” This was how a friend of mine responded when I talked to them about the innovative housing models for older people that I...
By Emma Sullivan | 10 Apr 2019 |
Encouraging volunteering among staff forms a core part of many companies’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategies. There’s no shortage of commentary as to why...
By David Stanley | 1 Apr 2019 |
On 15 April, 200 musicians with a learning disability will perform a spectacular, life-changing concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London. They will be supported by a...
By Richard Wakelin | 21 Mar 2019 |
As Head of Education in a prison in England, I see the profound impact that education and training can have on the lives of prisoners every day. From the group of young...