Guest Post

Anti-Discriminatory Practices Explored by a Team of Academics Matt Broadway-Horner (MSc Rational-Emotive and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 2005) is currently a doctoral student at Kings College London. He is a clinician and has worked in NHS, voluntary and private sectors for many years since 2001. Matt tells us more about his chapter ‘Ageing, Sexual Orientation and Mental Health: […]

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Lives changed through filmmaking scheme

Care leavers and former young offenders have found confidence, inspiration and a sense of control over their lives, thanks to a filmmaking project co-run by Goldsmiths academic Dr Anna Carlile from the Department of Educational Studies. Dr Carlile has worked with non-profit community group Shootstraight to help deliver a three-month improvisation and film workshop for young people […]

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