Blogs from Fellows and the team
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.
By Sally-Ann Ashton | 1 Nov 2019 |
There are three core issues that affect young people involved with gangs: mental illness, substance misuse and reduced aggression control. The latter leads towards...
By Joanna Heywood | 10 Oct 2019 |
Many pressing problems in our country today relate to food production and consumption: half of adults are overweight and obese; healthy food is three times more...
By Richard Jeffries | 3 Oct 2019
I’m a choral conductor and music educator from Derbyshire. I’ve been awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study the impact of choral singing on educational development in...
By Emily Miller | 23 Sep 2019
Immigration consistently ranks as one of the most pressing concerns for voters. There’s been a rise in hate crime since the EU referendum and the ongoing wrangling over...
By Jon Clarke | 16 Sep 2019 |
My Churchill Fellowship explored how learning in an unfamiliar environment enriches a young person’s education. I have put this into practice by leading expeditions in...
By Miriam Johnson | 9 Sep 2019 |
Breathlessness is a serious, frightening condition. When it is bad, people fear they are dying. My Churchill Fellowship in 2015 explored how palliative care services can...
By Michèle Wood | 22 Aug 2019 |
My Churchill Fellowship in 2015 explored how digital technology is helping hospices deliver art therapy to enhance, extend or limit the care of people with a terminal...
By Paul Middleton | 7 Aug 2019 |
The Department for Education estimates that 22% of English teachers leave the profession within their first two years, with the number rising to 33% in year five.* What...
By Kat Taylor | 29 Jul 2019 |
Children's mental health services are struggling to cope. The arts offer some alternative solutions.