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29 minutes | Jun 7, 2020
Clive Cook, CEO of St John’s Winchester: Building a Better Health and Social Care System
Clive Cook is the Chief Executive of St John's Winchester, a local charity which provides care and support for older people - including almshouses and dementia care homes - to discuss the health and social care system, social prescribing and the challenges faced by voluntary organisations. Please subscribe and share on social media! Feedback hugely appreciated, please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
24 minutes | May 29, 2020
St Clements' Dr Alex Fitzgerald-Barron - Rethinking Mental Health - How Can we Design Better Systems?
We are joined by Alex Fitzgerald-Barron, Senior Partner at St Clements Winchester and Trustee at Trinity Winchester Nightshelter. Alex discusses the challenges and opportunities for those dealing with mental health problems, and how this relates to homelessness. http://trinitywinchester.org.uk/ https://www.stclementspractice.co.uk/
29 minutes | May 28, 2020
Ex-Winchester City Councillor Patrick Davies on Homelessness and Housing
Patrick Davies is an experienced and knowledgeable local politician who stood for Labour in two consecutive general elections. He joins the Moose and Spade podcast to talk about homelessness and visible rough sleeping.
28 minutes | May 27, 2020
PAULA FERGUSON on Winchester Basics Bank, Community and Homelessness
I'm delighted to release this conversation with Paula Ferguson, the Lib Dem candidate for Winchester in the 2019 general election and a long-term volunteer at the Basics Bank. Support the Basics Bank here: https://winchesterbasicsbank.co.uk/
21 minutes | May 24, 2020
Danger Zone: Emmaus Hampshire on Funding, Lockdown and Mental Health
https://www.gofundme.com/f/donate-to-help-the-homeless-during-coronavirus email@example.com Emmaus Community, Bar End Rd, Winchester SO23 9BN
20 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
Orban: a 21st Century Dictator?
History tells us that dictators use crises to seize power, and that's exactly what Orban is doing. On 30th March a decree suspended Parliament, granting him absolute control. And there’s no sunset clause - this will carry on as long as he wants. We examine what this means for democracy, Hungary, and the EU.
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