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Churchill Fellows work on the frontline of today’s crucial issues, developing new solutions based on global research and personal expertise. In this section you can find their latest views and advice, news, activities and events.

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If you are a Fellow and would like to send us material for this section, please email digital@churchillfellowship.org to discuss what you have in mind.

Blogs & conversations

In conversation with : Tim Holtam - How table tennis can create a more inclusive society

It is hard to imagine how two old table tennis tables and a couple of bats could be the start of a highly successful and truly inclusive, multicultural sports club for an entire community. But from these humble origins, what began as a small venture for a Sussex University student, who wanted to bring ‘ping pong’ to the youth of Brighton, has turned into a thriving organisation.

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Launch of the Learning from 'Living Well Together' report

The Migration: Living Well Together programme was developed and funded in partnership with The Linbury Trust and ran from 2017–2019. This learning brief aims to capture the actionable insights from the cohort of 29 Churchill Fellows awarded under this programme.

Photograph of Churchill Fellow Saeida Rouass
Blogs & conversations

In conversation with: Saeida Rouass - Exploring the impacts of far right violence on women

When Saeida Rouass applied for a Churchill Fellowship in 2019 to investigate the impact of violent extremism on women, in particular survivors of white supremacist groups and violence, she was surprised to find the connections between racially motivated violence and gender-based violence. The learnings from Saeida’s Fellowship, and 28 other Fellows, have gone on to help inform the Churchill Fellowship’s Migration report due to be published shortly.

Photograph of Churchill Fellow Saeida Rouass
Blogs & conversations

In conversation with: Saeida Rouass - Exploring the impacts of far right violence on women

When Saeida Rouass applied for a Churchill Fellowship in 2019 to investigate the impact of violent extremism on women, in particular survivors of white supremacist groups and violence, she was surprised to find the connections between racially motivated violence and gender-based violence. The learnings from Saeida’s Fellowship, and 28 other Fellows, have gone on to help inform the Churchill Fellowship’s Migration report due to be published shortly.

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