RATIO will be hosting a series of Ratio Talks to encourage a conversation that brings together policy wonks, scientists, practitioners, philosophers, philanthropists, innovators, people facing down disadvantage, and others who will engage in a series of discussions that put relationships at the heart of public policy.
Love in Covid Times with Iain MacRitchie
Iain MacRitchie, philanthropist and founder of MCR Pathways, returns for Love in Covid Times to discuss how the pandemic has impacted young people in or on the edge of care.
MCR Pathways is changing the educational outcomes of disadvantaged young people through relationships with community volunteers.
Love in Covid Times with Clare Wightman
Claire Wightman from Grapevine— a pioneering example in Coventry of how challenges get solved locally— on looking inwards, not outwards, to find the answer of how to respond to the pandemic.
Love in Covid Times with Mike Wilson
Covid19 has not caused but revealed food insecurity. Leader of the Pembroke House Settlement Mike Wilson on the value of food and neighbourhood during and beyond the pandemic.
Love in Covid Times with Geoff Little
We have learnt that we are not as self-sufficient as we as think.
Chief Executive of Bury Council Geoff Little talks about managing the response to the pandemic from the kitchen table, and how the learning from this period can help the Council build back better.
Love in Covid Times with Jay Keenan
We return to Transforming Choice, a relational approach to responding to alcohol addiction. Jay Keenan, a former graduate and now a worker in the programme, talks about those who graduated during the pandemic. Graduation is typically a moment when everyone celebrates the hard work with their loves ones. This time, it was different.
Love in Covid Times with Darren
You are used to being inside..Recently released from Dartmoor Prison, Darren compares locked up life to life in lockdown.