• Blog Post

    MAC-UK and Centre for Mental Health’s latest research

    Why is it that the most disadvantaged young people in our society are least able to access support when they need it and on their terms? This is the question MAC-UK have been seeking to answer over the last decade, working with young people to...

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    Award-winning Open Book

    We’re delighted to announce that one of our partners, Open Book, has won the Guardian’s Student Diversity and Widening Participation Award. Lankelly Chase has been working with the team at Open Book over the last year to expand the model...

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    A national service for representing people living with severe and multiple disadvantage

    Expert Link is turning the idea of citizen involvement on its head. We are working with those who are or who have been severely and multiply disadvantaged in society (living with a combination of homelessness, drug or alcohol misuse, domestic...

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    Promoting Change Network: A Participant’s View

    In light of our recent residential event, the Promoting Change Network, Sam Thomas who works for one of our partner organisations - Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) - has written his reflections on how it went: One of the big challenges for...

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    The Mission of Change

    In mid-November, Lankelly Chase convened a conference for representatives of the organisations that we work with; for commissioners from local authorities, the NHS and other services; and for people with lived experience of the social harms that...

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