Blogs from Fellows and the team
By Patrick Branigan | 15 May 2020 |
Churchill Fellow Patrick Branigan works as the development lead for child sexual abuse at the children’s charity NSPCC and describes how he is supporting children during...
By Joshua Powell | 14 May 2020 |
The UK is not somewhere we usually associate with outstanding and globally threatened biodiversity. However, we are very familiar with our status as an island nation -...
By Kay Jodrell | 13 May 2020 |
Churchill Fellow Kay Jodrell works in a care home in Torquay and shares the challenges facing residents with dementia during lockdown.
7 May 2020 |
On the 75th anniversary of VE Day, our Chairman Jeremy Soames reflects on the living legacy of his grandfather, Sir Winston Churchill.
By Martin Yarnit | 6 May 2020 |
Food supply has emerged as a major issue during the Covid-19 pandemic. Supermarkets and food banks have struggled to keep up with demand, causing panic-buying across the...
By Erica Sosna | 4 May 2020 |
The Covid-19 crisis has forced many people to work from home. This huge shift in working behaviour can be hard to adjust to, especially for employees who are used to...
By Rebecca Jarvis | 30 Apr 2020 |
The Covid-19 pandemic raises a new set of challenges for care home residents, their families and the staff that look after them. Care homes will need to rapidly adapt to...
By Kerry Rooney | 23 Apr 2020
As a result of the current lockdown, older people are experiencing isolation across the country and around the world. Having spent many years working closely with older...
By Lorraine Close | 16 Apr 2020 |
Health inequality in Scotland is a significant issue. The number of people living in poverty who experience poor mental and physical health outcomes is high. There are...
By Simon Shaw | 9 Apr 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds in the UK, food security has emerged as a major problem. Many supermarkets are struggling to keep up with demand and food banks are...