Blogs from Fellows and the team
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...
By Mars Skae | 17 Sep 2020
The UK is the third fattest nation in Europe, according to a World Health Organization study of 53 nations published in 2018. Almost two-thirds of adults in the UK are...
By Julia Weston | 16 Sep 2020
This is a time of change, of challenge and of opportunity. The past year has brought increasing evidence of the interconnectedness of the human world – and its...
By Myra Clark | 9 Sep 2020
Covid-19 has increased pressure on the estimated 700,000 young careers across the UK. In my role as CEO of TYKES, a support service for young people in Scotland who have...
By Olivia Richards | 7 Sep 2020
September 7 is Youth Mental Health Awareness Day – and this year it is needed more than ever.
By Terence Stevens | 3 Sep 2020 |
International tourism has plummeted from being the world’s largest economic sector and employer to being the worst hit part of the global economy.
2 Sep 2020 |
As schools reopen this week, we asked five Fellows in education to share their top tips for fellow teachers.
By Hannah Norman | 27 Aug 2020 |
As a nation we are reliant on a global web of producers, processors, distributors, and retailers to put food on our tables. The risk in such complexity recently became a...