News and Events
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By Eric Phelps | 12 Dec 2014 |
Eric Phelps, a Detective Superintendent in the Metropolitan Police Service, has just returned from a seven-week Churchill Fellowship to the US. His goal was to look at...
By Celia Davies | 10 Dec 2014 |
Celia Davies, an associate editor from Edinburgh, was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to research voter turnout in Denmark, Sweden and Iceland. Her objective was to...
By Marina Cantacuzino | 2 Dec 2014 |
The Forgiveness Project has won the 2014 Longford Prize, awarded to an outstanding individual or organisation working in the field of prison and social reform.
By Karen Scott | 14 Nov 2014 |
Karen Scott, a lecturer in computing at Mid Kent College in Medway, has recently spent five weeks visiting colleges in Scotland, Denmark and Japan to discover how the...
By Joanne Skapinker | 13 Nov 2014 |
Joanne Skapinker is a theatre practitioner, writer and education consultant from North London. Leading theatre workshops for young people and educators across London...
By Danielle Amann | 6 Nov 2014 |
Danielle Amann, a project worker from Newcastle, travelled across America for four weeks to research child sexual exploitation (CSE).
By Filipa Pereira-Stubbs | 6 Nov 2014 |
Filipa Pereira-Stubbs spent four weeks in the US on a Churchill Fellowship, researching Arts and Wellness programmes designed to effect positive health choices and...
By Charlotte Bailey | 5 Nov 2014 |
Charlotte Bailey, a teacher of French and Spanish from the Wirral, Merseyside, travelled to Australia and New Zealand for five and a half weeks on a Churchill Fellowship.
By Ray Williams | 5 Nov 2014 |
Ray Williams, whose 1970 Fellowship looked into Rugby Union organisation and coaching, has been awarded the Vernon Pugh Award for distinguished service.
By Damien Lewis | 4 Nov 2014 |
'Churchill’s Secret Warriors' is the latest novel from bestselling author and Fellow, Damien Lewis.