The Benefits of Hiring People with Autism – an article by Joe Thomas, July 2016
In the UK there are more than 700,000 individuals living with autism, however, less than 15% of these people are in full-time employment. This is a dispiriting figure when you consider the many skills and talents peopl
Learn about the importance of language and narratives in how we understand our world and improve our being, our whānau and our communities.
From the website of Commnity Research (New Zealand): Watch our hugely popular webinar to hear Dr Diana and Mark Kopua give us an insight into their work de
Why were 400 vulnerable men, women and children moved from flats in Glasgow into rundown hotels during the Lockdown?
Robina Qureshi, Director of Positive Action in Housing, writes:
Following the tragic death of 30 year old Syrian Refugee Adnan Olbeh in Glasgow, i an writing to let you know we h
Do you work in a supportive role?
Are you required to offer emotional support to others, discuss sensitive issues or have difficult conversations?
Relate can help you to develop useful counselling skills, interview management techniques and enable positive change. Successful completion of this c
Half of the world’s 2 billion children have experienced one or more types of serious trauma
Childhood Education International and the Bay Area Early Childhood Funders have developed a brief that addresses how play can be a powerful tool for helping children cope with and heal from trauma.
‘The current health system is not doing enough to ensure access and safety for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a cognitive disability’
From their letter: 'The Lowitja Institute writes to state our support for the work of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploi
'People in the UK are becoming increasingly alarmed as they learn of the serious implications of the 5G roll-out: to their own health, the environment and all biological life'
From Action against 5G website: “Michael Mansfield QC is leading our legal team challenging the UK Government over its failu