Blogs from Fellows and the team
By Clare Gartland | 11 Feb 2020
Today is the International Day of Girls and Women in Science, a day marked by the United Nations to recognise the critical role women and girls play in science and...
By Naomi French | 5 Feb 2020 |
The number of children and young people in care has hit an all-time high. This year we are launching a new category of Churchill Fellowships exploring this growing...
By Sarah Vaile | 29 Jan 2020 |
Substance misuse affects more than the individual - it also impacts families, employers, communities, local health services and wider society. Treatment and recovery...
By Dan Farnworth | 23 Jan 2020 |
On 24 January award-winning first-responder Dan Farnworth (2018 Fellow) will publish a memoir exploring the mental health problems of frontline staff in the emergency...
By Sai Pathmanathan | 17 Jan 2020 |
How children learn science is being transformed through storytelling. Churchill Fellow Dr Sai Pathmanathan (2016) travelled to the USA to investigate how science...
2 Jan 2020 |
New Year in the WCMT office is one of the most exciting moments in our year. Our Fellowship Director Tristan Lawrence looks ahead.
By Freya Aitken-Turff | 30 Dec 2019 |
When local communities change, their stories risk being lost.
By Mars Skae | 18 Dec 2019 |
Obesity is the biggest epidemic facing our children at the moment. Yet our governments make only limited efforts to alter the trajectory of future generations.
By Joshua Hillis | 28 Nov 2019 |
The history of conflicts in the Middle East has many lessons for school pupils
By David Morgan | 15 Nov 2019 |
Prisons, reoffending rates and rehabilitation have always been an emotive subject in the UK, with over 83,000 people currently in custody in England alone.