22 Oct 2021
Olga Ivannikova FRSA
Gabriella Di Laccio
Olga Ivannikova FRSA and Gabriella Di Laccio highlight research that revealed the dominance of white male composers and argue that for music to fulfil its potential to entertain and to drive social change much more diversity is needed.
15 Oct 2021
ASHUTOSH NAIK FRSA
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected people the world-over. Ashutosh Naik FRSA argues that while the impact of the pandemic might be different across geographies, social and cultural lines the one thing that is certain is that food, food security and traceability have become very important considerations.
14 Oct 2021
Colum Menzies Lowe FRSA
Colum Menzies Lowe FRSA argues that, while the UK population is getting older and people tend to work and live longer, ageism is still alive and kicking, particularly in relation to their role as consumers.
15 Sep 2021
Ian Craigton-Chambers introduces his project, Bat and Chat
Iqbal Wahhab outlines the ways food can make a real difference to prisoners’ lives
14 Sep 2021
Is it possible to move from a neglectful state to a nurturing one? James Wilson looks at the complex systems involved
Rachel de Souza
Children’s Commissioner for England Rachel de Souza is interviewed by Patrick Butler.
01 Sep 2021
Sport has a way of bringing us together, says Sunder Katwala, but there is more we can do.
Alex Edelman makes the case for a more meaningful kind of self-care.
31 Aug 2021
Health and social care need to be tailored to each individual, writes Anna Severwright.
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