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In this issue, we have profiles from three very different work initiatives: a pioneering regional consortium in Northern Ireland with extensive international links; a social enterprise in Leicester producing craft products — its members tell us why they like it; and the National Clubhouse...
Anne Harding was Deputy Director of Richmond Fellowship Workschemes until 1991 and a founder member of the CEFEC European Network. As such she has seen (and initiated) many of the developments in employment and mental health we now take for granted, especially social firms — having been the...
Over the years there have been many transnational partnerships formed under various European programmes — many under the HORIZON strand of the European Social Fund's Community Initiative EMPLOYMENT. These sound good in theory, but do they work? Carol Magill from the Industrial Therapy...
If the government is looking to reduce social exclusion (rather than exclusion from the tax system) then perhaps the next Green Paper could look at the advantages of local exchange trading systems. The DSS may treat participation in a LETS scheme as remunerated work. This creates the same set of...
Snakes and Ladders: Adult education and mental health video‐based action pack. Jeremy Braund, Richard Hooper, Stewart Moore and Robin Hoyle (Eds.). Looseleaf folder with 2 videos. Produced by the Lancashire Stepping Stones Project.
A Life in the day is mostly about what people do with their lives when they are well, but what happens when a black hole opens in our lives? We cannot get on and do things and the best that seems possible is for there to be someone available to listen to how we feel. Colin Edington of Voices...
With financial support from the New York City Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Alcoholism Services, INCube Inc., a consumer‐run technical assistance agency, helps people with mental health problems to start their own businesses. Gerold Schwarz has been seconded to INCube for...
Snakes and Ladders: Adult education and mental health video-based action pack. Jeremy Braund, Richard Hooper, Stewart Moore and Robin Hoyle (Eds.). Looseleaf folder with 2 videos. Produced by the Lancashire Stepping Stones Project.
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