Love, Grief, and Hope: Emotional responses to death and dying in the UK
Madeleine Pennington and Nathan Mladin’s report examining emotional responses to death and dying in the UK. 27/11/2023
Theos’s report Volunteering After the Pandemic features in the Church Times. 29/09/2023
Tensions between what volunteers and guests prefer when it comes to night-shelter models are an example of the “uncomfortable or even painful” conversations that may need to take place in the voluntary sector, a new report from Theos suggests.
Volunteering after the Pandemic: Lessons from the homelessness sector, commissioned by the Christian homelessness charity Housing Justice and published earlier this month, includes a study of the shift in the model for night shelters since the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Hannah joined Theos in 2017. She is a senior researcher working on theology and economic inequality. She is the author of ‘A Torn Safety Net’ (2022).
Posted 29 September 2023
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