Below is a selection of blogs from Fellows who are currently travelling the world on their Fellowships. Follow the links to read about these Fellows’ latest global findings.
Claire Masterton, a police officer from Midlothian, is travelling in Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands and the USA to research training for police to improve understanding of autism. Read Claire's blog
Elaine Roub, a bereavement care worker from Belfast, is travelling in New Zealand and the USA to study approaches to creating bereavement support communities with refugee children and their families. Read Elaine's blog
Anna Hope, a housing consultant from Bristol, is travelling in Australia, Germany, New Zealand, Switzerland and the Netherlands to explore new models of bidding for land in support of affordable housing. Read Anna's blog
Jacob Willson, a planner and urban designer from London, is travelling in Canada, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA to investigate zonal planning and its effect on design quality and affordability of housing. Read Jacob's blog
Eifion Williams, a social business advisor from Wrexham, is travelling in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and The Netherlands to investigate co-operatively managed dual currency systems. Read Eifion's blog
Katy Theobald, an education researcher from Camden, is travelling in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore to research the development of school leadership equipped for the 21st century. Read Katy's blog
Samantha Donnellan, a post-doctoral research associate from Liverpool, who will be travelling to South Africa and the USA to investigate new approaches to testing drug treatments for multi-drug resistant TB. Read Samantha's blog