News and Events
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By Chris Avis | 17 Oct 2017 |
2013 Fellow Chris Avis recently exhibited her work at Schlachten 2017, an International Arts Festival based in Wünsdorf Bunker ‘city’ and Neue Galerie Wünsdorf, Zossen,...
By Christopher Catherwood | 17 Oct 2017 |
2010 Fellow Dr Christopher Catherwood has published a new book on Sir Winston Churchill. The book, entitled ‘Churchill and Tito: SOE, Bletchley Park and Supporting the...
By Dush Mital | 12 Oct 2017 |
Opening medically supervised injection sites for drug users in high risk areas of the UK should be considered urgently, according to a report by Dr Dush Mital, a...
By Debbie Austin | 11 Oct 2017 |
Debbie Austin, a gardening enthusiast from Cornwall, has recently returned from a research trip to Japan and Singapore to investigate best practice in garden design...
By Alpa Depani | 3 Oct 2017 |
Alpa Depani, an architect and artist based in London, has recently returned from a six-week research trip to New York, Tokyo and Hong Kong studying community driven...
By Lorraine George | 2 Oct 2017 |
A 2017 Churchill Fellow is involved with a new innovative music project taking place across Torbay, which connects the very young and very old.
By Sue Palmer | 28 Sep 2017 |
Sue Palmer, an artist and project manager from Frome, Somerset, has recently published her findings from a six-week research trip in Germany, Canada and the USA where...
By Daniel Johnson | 27 Sep 2017 |
Dan Johnson, a forensic psychologist from near Paisley, has returned to the UK after travelling for five weeks earlier this year in Norway and Sweden, and in late 2016...
By Joseph O'Connell | 12 Sep 2017 |
The UK’s LGBT+ movement should represent its politics open-endedly, creating maximum room for every conceivable identity and recognising the connectedness of the...
By Jenny Griffiths | 5 Sep 2017 |
Dr Jenny Griffiths, a Clinical Psychologist who works for an NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service in Bristol, has recently returned from travelling for six...