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13 April 2021

Colonially-imprinted spaces and the creative wellbeing of artists of colour

Joy Francis
How artists, activists and creative organisations like Words of Colour are challenging racism in the arts sector and developing alternative structures that nurture the creative wellbeing and careers of artists of colour.
8 April 2021

The role of law schools & students in strategic legal work: UCL & Just for Kids Law

Lisa Vanhala and Jacqui Kinghan
In 2015, UCL students at the Centre for Access to Justice helped to collect evidence for a Supreme Court intervention which helped other young people access higher education.
Strengthening Civil Society
29 March 2021

Our goal is more and better money for LGBTI communities

Matthew Hart, Global Philanthropy Project
The Director of the Global Philanthropy Project discusses GPP's work as well as and his hopes and concerns for the LGBTI+ communities in the Global South and East that GPP funders come together to support.
International Development
24 March 2021

Art is one of the ways in which people come to see people with lived experience differently

Sandra Griffiths
Sandra Griffiths, founder of The Red Earth Collective, shares her journey in arts and mental health and the work of Red Earth which uses the arts to start conversations about mental health with racialised and marginalised communities.
16 March 2021

Securing the rights of refugees fleeing domestic violence: JustRight Scotland & the EHRC

Lisa Vanhala and Jacqui Kinghan
How litigation, campaigning and advocacy, and working with the Equality Human Rights Commission helped secure the right of refugees to domestic violence protection.
Strengthening Civil Society
4 March 2021

The power of collaboration in helping families through crisis: North East Law Centre

Lisa Vanhala and Jacqui Kinghan
Sometimes the law isn't enough! North East Law Centre's Families Through Crisis works with community partners to support families holistically to solve other practical issues such as access to foodbanks and healthcare services.
Strengthening Civil Society
3 March 2021

Creatively minded and green

David Cutler
Many arts and mental health organisations combine the healing powers of creativity and nature. David Cutler rounds up a few here - from the quiet places in Manchester to some of the UK's most beautiful countryside.
25 February 2021

Racism, the arts world & me

Dolly Sen
Featured in our new report, this article by artist Dolly Sen is a powerful testimony to the toll of racism on mental health and a call to action to the arts world to address racism and lack of representation.
15 February 2021

The power of Freedom of Information requests: National AIDS Trust

Lisa Vanhala and Jacqui Kinghan
National AIDS Trust (NAT) used Freedom of Information requests to uncover the extent of unlawful pre-employment health questionnaires in London's social care sector and worked with providers and regulators to change practices.
Strengthening Civil Society
4 February 2021

New Baring Foundation funding for racial justice

Lucy de Groot, Baring Foundation Chair
The Baring Foundation will be committing a minimum of £3million of new funding over the next five years to support a focus on racial justice in its grant-making.