Blogs from Fellows and the team
By Jacqui Jobson | 5 Feb 2019 |
Discrimination and inequality in health and social care settings have been revealed in a recent government survey of LGBTQ people.
By Linda Geddes | 16 Jan 2019 |
Humans evolved on a revolving planet with daily extremes of light and darkness. Our ancestors revered the sun as both a creator and destroyer of life, marking the...
By Lynne Hindmarch | 8 Jan 2019 |
It’s difficult to focus when you’re hungry. That’s why a child who arrives at school without having had breakfast can be a big problem. They won’t be in the right frame...
By Sara Canullo | 4 Jan 2019 |
Today is the first day of interviews for the 2019 Churchill Fellowships. This is a really exciting time of year for our team. We’ve already read about the candidates&...
By Julia Weston | 24 Dec 2018 |
As we approach the end of 2018, I feel great satisfaction looking back at a hugely successful year. In the past 12 months we continued to build the impact and reach of...
By Helen Hanna | 18 Dec 2018 |
On this International Migrants Day, I find myself reflecting on the problems faced by people who have been forcibly displaced from their home countries – such as...
By Zara Todd | 3 Dec 2018 |
How many disabled leaders can you name? Probably not many, if you are being honest. In reality, you probably do know some, but maybe you haven’t realised they are...
By Arfah Farooq | 28 Nov 2018 |
I work in the tech industry and frequently find that I’m the only Muslim woman in the rooms I walk into. I’ve never had anyone like myself to really look up to, someone...
By Gudrun Burnet | 25 Nov 2018 |
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. An estimated 1.9 million adults experienced domestic abuse in England and Wales in 2017. It...
By Sarah Gaughan | 22 Nov 2018 |
Over 2,000 unaccompanied children claimed asylum in the UK in the past year, and a further 2,817 children arrived in the UK directly from conflict regions as part of...