Blogs from Fellows and the team
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...
By Christopher Stacey | 1 Nov 2018 |
Almost three-quarters of the UK’s national companies ask about criminal records on job application forms. That’s the headline finding of research published last week (1)...
By Julia Weston | 24 Oct 2018 |
One flight, twelve trains, five hotel rooms, six speeches, four dinners and a lot of beautiful scenery and coastline have filled the last ten days for me. I’ve been in...
By Jon Clarke | 23 Oct 2018 |
Children from low-income families are falling further behind their more affluent peers whilst they are at secondary school. That was the finding of a report by the...
By Bill Nicholson | 18 Oct 2018 |
What have an oak tree and a Plymouth pear tree got to do with my Fellowship to the USA and Australia in 1995, where I studied the investigation of fraud? I was so...
By Nicky Taylor | 15 Oct 2018 |
Dementia currently affects around 850,000 people across the UK, many lacking access to stimulating social and cultural experiences and at risk of becoming isolated.
By Michael Davies | 8 Oct 2018 |
More than 550,000 students in England and Wales took GCSE History this summer – but only 2,200 of them studied Israel and Palestine. Teachers are shying away from...