Equity diversity and inclusion
About this theme
This theme covers topics relating to the realisation of a more equitable, diverse and inclusive society including across age, disability, gender, race, sexual orientation and other protected characteristics. It is an area of enduring interest that runs throughout our grantmaking. Fellows’ stories.
Researcher James Rowlands (CF2019) has co-published an article that explores family involvement in domestic violence fatality, which was published on 28 August. The research draws upon James’ Fellowship, which explored improving responses to intimate partner homicide.
By James Rowlands, 2021
Disability campaigner David Stanley (CF 2019) has been appointed to the advisory panel for the National Plan for Music Education this month. Within this role, David will advocate for better special needs music provision, which was an objective of his Fellowship.
By David Stanley, 2021
Charity worker Emily Niner (CF 2019) has worked with Ambitious About Autism this month to develop new resources that will help young people to make sense of their autism diagnosis. Emily drew upon her Fellowship findings, which explored post-diagnostic support for teenagers with autism.
By Emily Niner, 2021
By Astrid Fairclough, 2021
By Rosie Carter, 2021
By Clare Daly, 2021