Blogs from Fellows and the team
By James Perkins | 27 Oct 2020
I have had an interest in enriching the experience of schoolchildren, especially those at secondary level, ever since I made the leap from being a science researcher to...
By Sarah Helton | 21 Oct 2020
If we are blessed with life, then we must also experience death - the death of others and ultimately our own. Grief truly is inclusive, but is bereavement support...
By Matthew Wesson | 15 Oct 2020
The unprecedented situation we find ourselves in this year has led to everybody’s lives being affected in some way or another. Mental health services all over the world,...
By Arlene Holmes Henderson | 13 Oct 2020
Covid-19 has exacerbated the problem of fake news. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organisation, declared in February 2020 that Covid...
By Ruth Oshikanlu | 7 Oct 2020
Media coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic has repeatedly confirmed the disproportionate representation in both exposure to and death from Covid-19 among Black, Asian and...
By Andrew Rowland | 6 Oct 2020
On 11 March 2020 the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Covid-19 to be a global pandemic. Since then the pandemic has become a global phenomenon with hugely...
By Yvonne Field | 1 Oct 2020 |
My Fellowship was part of a personal quest to find solutions that can help to support the long term sustainability of the African diaspora in the UK. Back in 2010 it was...
By Bekele Woyecha | 30 Sep 2020
As our TV screens bring more atrocious news about the worsening refugee crisis, there is a natural call for us as human beings to do the decent thing. We see people...
By Naomi French | 24 Sep 2020
On National Arts in Care Homes Day, we look back at WCMT’s pioneering contribution to developing arts for older people in the UK.
By Evelyn Wardle-Sharp | 22 Sep 2020
Key workers providing treatment, care and emergency response on the frontline are at risk of developing mental health problems linked to the current Covid-19 crisis. My...