Childcare providers ‘struggling to stay afloat’ due to lack of 30 hours funding

Small childcare providers are struggling to make ends meet, with some considering closing their doors for good, due to a shortfall in government funding for the 30 hours free childcare scheme in England, a...

Serious violence strategy: Youth projects to get £11m

A new £11m Early Intervention Youth Fund will be established to support community projects that help steer young people away from violence, as part of the government’s serious violence strategy, it has...

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

This novel (aimed at young adults but it will appeal to plenty of older readers too) has had a lot of publicity, mostly in relation to how it shines a light on the real lives of an inner city black community...

Welcome to the Vulnerability 360 website. We want to engage in an exploration of what constitutes vulnerability in its broadest sense and, in doing that, to challenge the predominant assumptions of neo-liberal social policy which sees the poor, the marginalized and the disenfranchised as the architects of their own misfortune.

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Learning to Be Vulnerable

(The following article has been sent to us by Hayley N Jones, writer and Mental Health Blogger who publishes her material on this link) A lot of our fears and anxieties centre on one key fear: that of exposing ourselves. No, I don’t mean literal...

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The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

This novel (aimed at young adults but it will appeal to plenty of older readers too) has had a lot of publicity, mostly in relation to how it shines a light on the real lives of an inner city black community, fictionalised as ‘Garden Heights’. A big...

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr

(This review originally appeared on The Letterpress Project website) The redoubtable Judith Kerr, creator of The Tiger Who Came To Tea and Mog, The Forgetful Cat, is still making appearances at literary festivals across the country despite now being...

The Leather Boys by Eliot George

posted on 13 Mar 2018 (This review first appeared on the Letterpress Project website) This story of a blossoming gay romance between two working class teenage biker boys was published in 1961 – three or four years after Wolfenden had recommended...

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