Do you know what value you are creating when you deliver a programme, product or service? We can help you measure your impact and create greater social value by designing community programmes that make a difference to people and communities.More +
More people are becoming aware of gender diversity and the fact that not everyone is a man or a woman. In this blog, Social Researcher, Anna, explores why it’s important that researchers consider trans and nonbinary genders, and why they should work to ensure that social research is accessible to everyone.More +
We don’t want to talk about it, it’s heartbreaking, but despite it being more prevalent than you might think, miscarriage is often pushed to the side, one of those things that we just can’t do much about - just brush ourselves down and try again, right? Is it still appropriate to consider the topic of pregnancy loss as taboo despite the fact that it can be just as life-altering for hopeful parents as the birth of a healthy baby? This week’s podcast ponders this and more…More +
It only takes one trip down the chocolate aisle of the supermarket or an offer of cake from a colleague for you to utter the words 'don't tempt me' or 'ooh, that is tempting', but what actually is temptation and why do some of us give into it more easily than others?More +
Sebbie Hall is a real-life superhero whose superpower is kindness. Born with a rare chromosome anomaly, Sebbie discovered his ability to spread kindness during the pandemic when he wanted to help his classmate who was at risk of social isolation. Sebbie completed 100 acts of kindness in 10 days to raise £1,000, which eventually led to the creation of The Sebbie Hall Kindness Foundation in 2022. The foundation aims to help other young people who are disadvantaged due to disability and combat social exclusion. Sebbie's story is a reminder that kindness is present in all of us, and his foundation is a powerful force in fighting for a better world.More +
In this blog, we celebrate International Women's Day and discuss the ongoing issues faced by women worldwide, whilst highlighting the need for systemic change. The blog also explores the gender pay gap, the challenges faced by female entrepreneurs and actionable steps that individuals can take to promote gender equality.More +
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