Social Inclusion

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

Karen Steadman | Posted 04.12.2015 | 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 30.10.2015 | 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 08.10.2015 | 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.