For our latest Voices In Psychology competition, looking to identify and nurture new writing talent, we asked the question…
For our annual poetry competition we asked for entries related to the BPS policy theme, ‘From poverty to flourishing’. We present the winning poem followed by three runners up… plus a poem commissioned by the BPS from member and spoken word artist Sanah Ahsan.
Emma Young digests research on money.
Rhiannon Cobner, Jen Daffin and Sarah Brown with a psychosocial ecological approach to flourishing.
David Robson meets psychologists considering the importance of how poverty is framed.
What should psychologists understand about austerity, and ways to broaden the role of psychologists in order to combat its effects? Insights from ‘Make My City Fair’ in Birmingham.
A chapter from Darren McGarvey’s book Poverty Safari
Duncan Gillard, Louise Hayes, Aoife McNally and Kate Willis on giving people skills to ‘reboot’ their lives.
Karina Webb reflects on the complexity of flourishing.
Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington with a socio-ecological perspective on decision-making in contexts of poverty.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Professor Clifford Stott MBE.
Vivian Hill talks attainment gaps, education and resilience.
Experiences from the Psychologists for Social Change network.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Professor Greta Defeyter, Director of Healthy Living, a research lab at Northumbria University.
The winners and runners up in our latest 'Voices In Psychology' programme.