This year, the theme for Black History Month was "Saluting Our Sisters." It was an opportunity for us all to pay tribute to the remarkable work of black women and their place in our collective history.
As a general election lurks on the horizon, Russell Booth shares Change Grow Live’s asks of the next UK government.
We welcome the announcement of £267 million for drug and alcohol treatment services. However, proposals that up to 10% of funding could be clawed back based on a narrow range of performance indicators could lead to perverse outcomes.
Change Grow Live today backed the calls of housing charities (Crisis and other organisations, ‘Open letter to the Home Secretary’, 6 Nov) for the Home Secretary to urgently reconsider her proposal to criminalise the use of tents by people who sleep rough.
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our long-serving trustee, Rachel Atkinson.
In response to the National Audit Office report on the drug strategy, Nic Adamson, Change Grow Live’s Deputy Chief Executive releases this statement.
Simone James is our Director of Inclusion. Here, she explains how we’re marking Black History Month, and why equality, diversity and inclusion should form a golden thread throughout our work.
We welcome the comprehensive and thorough report titled ‘Drugs’ by the Home Affairs Select Committee, following its extensive inquiry into the impact of drugs in England and Wales and of polices designed to tackle these.