Social Inclusion

Why We Should Include People

Izzy McRae | Posted 07.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Izzy McRae

I guess the only thing we can do is recognise that we're overly sensitive when it comes to getting excluded, and try not to take it too personally. I remind myself of all the people in my life who have gone out of their way to make me feel loved and valued.

Giving People With Learning Disabilities Access To Work

Judith Elizabeth Davey | Posted 13.03.2017 | UK
Judith Elizabeth Davey

From employers' negative attitudes and views, to limited support in finding jobs, there are many reasons why people with learning disabilities struggl...

Raising Awareness Of Changing Places Toilets This Disabled Access Day

Laura Rutherford | Posted 09.08.2017 | UK Parents
Laura Rutherford

I won't give up campaigning for my child to have the basic human right of access to a toilet when we're out and about. Why should he be excluded? Why shouldn't our family be welcomed everywhere like all other families?

Improving Happiness Levels For Socially Excluded Young People

Rachel Roxburgh | Posted 30.01.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Rachel Roxburgh

We - society - therefore must work harder to improve the happiness levels of our young people in the UK. But this must be for all young people, no matter their background or current situation. With positive mentoring and support, they'll soon learn that it is all still to play for.

Running An Inclusion Project For People With Learning Disabilities Is The Most Rewarding Job I've Ever Had

Laura Kerr | Posted 16.12.2016 | UK
Laura Kerr

giving back.jpg During 2015 their friendship blossomed. I'd take Liz to Sherborne events, and John would catch the bus to Dorchester and meet Liz. By August, they decided to spend Christmas together. This was a huge step for them, so with others, we supported them to plan.

Little to Address the Bigger Picture of Mental Prevention and Social Inclusion

Karen Steadman | Posted 01.12.2016 | UK Politics
Karen Steadman

Other areas of concern include the end of ring-fenced public health budgets at local level and the removal of the local government grant with increased reliance instead on business rates. This is likely to impact on the ability of local authorities to provide both prevention and back to work support to residents.

Career and Life Advice for Women in Tech

Sue Black | Posted 28.10.2016 | UK Tech
Sue Black

What did you want to do when you were five years old? I wanted to be a driver of a big red London bus. I thought that would be the best job in the world. As I got older my thoughts changed slightly.

Unleashing the Potential of Brazil's Children

One Young World | Posted 07.10.2016 | UK
One Young World

Giselle Oliveira is a One Young World Ambassador running the impactful Eyes of the Street / Olhares da rua project that is tackling child poverty in B...

Art Helps the Mind as well as the Soul

Dr K.L. Margrove | Posted 07.01.2013 | Home
Dr K.L. Margrove

Due to the need to improve the evidence base for participatory arts and health courses, people on the waiting list were invited to take part in an evaluation of Open Arts.

What is Europe For?

Robert Mercer-Nairne | Posted 05.12.2012 | UK Politics
Robert Mercer-Nairne

The good news is that the European Union is tailor made for the modern age. It transcends nations and is of a sufficient scale to deal effectively with the globalized world we live in. This same scale makes it possible for coherent communities like the Catalans and the Scots to deal with those issues that are best dealt with on a far smaller scale than national governments can now do.