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Bagged breastmilk
by Beatriz Reyes-Foster and Shannon K. Carter  |  4th February 2021

Shannon K. Carter and Beatriz M. Reyes-Foster, authors of 'Sharing Milk', discuss how they joined and participated in local lactation support groups, and learned that milk sharing is a deeply meaningful and emotion-driven practice for the people who do it.…Read more

Mother on phone with two children on sofa
by Charlotte Faircloth, Katherine Twamley and Humera Iqbal  |  13th January 2021

An extract from Charlotte Faircloth, Katherine Twamley and Humera Iqbal's 'Families, Relationships and Societies' article on the methodological and ethical challenges of researching family life during a pandemic.…Read more

Group of women working together at a table

Louca-Mai Brady explains the benefits of youth participation in health services, for healthcare professionals as well as youngsters themselves, and reports on the implications of COVID-19 on this youth voice.…Read more

Montage of book covers from the reading list
by Staff at Bristol University Press  |  17th December 2020

2020 has changed the world and the way we live, with one impact being an increase in the amount we read. The team at Bristol University Press share some of the books they’ve read and enjoyed this year.…Read more

A mother and child sitting in a hamock
by Patricia Hamilton  |  15th December 2020

Patricia Hamilton, author of 'Black Mothers and Attachment Parenting', examines Black mothers’ engagement with attachment parenting, within the mainstream representation of attachment parents as White and Black mothers as neglectful.…Read more

Sun shining through blinds
by Julian House  |  10th December 2020

An update on the work of Julian House, Bristol University Press’s 2020 fundraising cause, outlining how COVID-19 has been an extra pressure on charities supporting victims of domestic abuse.…Read more

Teenager in hoodie on path

Drawing on the 'Moving, Always Moving' report from the Children's Society - published today - this article shows the value of listening to children speak about the failure of the policies that shape their lives, and calls for them to be heard in the post-COVID-19 rebuild.…Read more

Taxi
by Tracey Herrington Poverty2Solutions  |  28th August 2020

Policy and decision makers all too often have little or no comprehension of the precarious nature of the lives of those in low-income, disadvantaged and left-behind communities. Tracey Herrington looks at how the Dole Animators project helped the voices of those directly affected by welfare reforms to be heard.…Read more

Poster saying 'We are one'
by Ed Garrett  |  6th July 2020

Ed Garrett, co-author of 'The Impact of Community Work', discusses why community work matters now more than ever, and how it is only through actually being out there in communities that we can really support marginalised voices.…Read more

Art of Clinton and Trump
by Harris Beider and Kusminder Chahal  |  2nd July 2020

Harris Beider and Kusminder Chahal talk about their new book, The Other America: White Working Class Perspectives on Race, Identity and Change, covering the impact of the murder of George Floyd, white privilege, Trump's election and possibilities for building cross-racial coalitions.…Read more