Following the publication of the long-awaited review of integration by Louise Casey, I want to spend a little time considering its findings and implications.
After a busy and successful year, Mosaic, HRH The Prince of Wales' mentoring initiative that is now proudly part of The Prince's
It's a time of change for the UK and for Mosaic as we settle into our new home. However, there's one thing I am certain about: the next twelve months are going to be our most successful yet!
As I'm sure is common in most jobs, there's a certain rhythm to the year at Mosaic, the charity that I proudly serve as Managing
With both Mosaic and The Prince's Trust sharing a very similar purpose - to help disadvantaged young people to overcome their barriers and move towards education, employment and training - it was agreed earlier this year that Mosaic and The Prince's Trust would move towards integration
In her excellent, recently-published report, Lady Corston is sadly having to remind us of what we have known for decades
The message from HRH The Prince of Wales is a fitting conclusion to what's been our most successful year to date and has given us yet more motivation to ensure that 2016 will be even better.
This residential museum is the 'lovechild' of local artist, Stephen Wright, who takes mosaic-work to a whole new sphere. He started this project in 1998 and it still isn't finished. It will never be finished as every time Stephen stumbles upon another quirky object and finds a space, it becomes an ever-evolving masterpiece.
If you are a graduate from a UK university then it's likely that you remember your years of study with immense fondness. For
In recent months, there seems to have been an increase in the frequency with which the word 'mentor' is cropping up in policy