By Sylvia Ikomi, 2023
Governance and public provision
About this theme
This theme covers all aspects of the functioning and services of the state, including public services, governance and political processes, rule of law and international relations. It is one of the eight universal themes which form our grantmaking framework and allow us to address every aspect of society. Fellows’ stories
By Fozia Irfan, 2020
Ministry of Justice data shows that 57 per cent of adult prisoners have literacy levels below those expected of an 11-year-old.
By Richard Wakelin, 2024
As a kinship carer myself, for years I’ve been interested in my family’s dynamics, and have always been a little curious about what life would have been like had I been born in Jamaica.
By Sharon McPherson, 2023
I became a prison officer at 22. As a young woman starting my first proper job, I found those first few months tough. Intense, intimidating, even misogynistic at times. But I also found courage and hope. My nerves turned into confidence, and those months turned into years.
By Alex South, 2023
Churchill Fellow Alex South's gripping journey as a prison officer revealed in 'Behind These Doors,' airs on BBC Radio 4 this week as the prestigious Book of the Week. Don't miss this powerful tale shedding light on the realities behind prison walls by listening to BBC Radio 4.
By Alex South, 2023
Anthony Young (CF 1969) has completed his autobiography which includes two sections that refer to his Churchill Fellowship. It has been accepted for publication by Austin Macauley Publishers.
By Anthony Young, 2023
Augusta Itua (CF2023) appeared in conversation with Dr Julia Feast OBE in the Coram BAAF Conversations podcast. In this podcast, Accessing Care Records, they guide us through the current barriers and support available to care experienced people wanting to access their records. You can listen to and view the podcast here.
By Augusta Itua, 2023