Second series of Humanity Rising webinars completed.

After the completion of our second series, partnered with Nordic Health 2030 and produced for the Humanity Rising series run by Ubiquity University, we have links to all 10 webinars on our Features page https://ehff.eu/2021-humanity-rising-webinars-with-nordic-health-2030-flyers-and-links/ Ubiquity University has agreed with us a final series of five more webinars which Lars Munter and David Somekh plan to…

Latest Podcast from EHFF and Feasta

Pitchforks and Arcadia: overcoming fear with a new vision Seán O’Conlaín and Caroline Whyte speak with Mark Garavan, a lecturer in social care at the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology. Mark has a doctorate in the sociology of environmental activism and is the author of the book Compassionate Activism, and he is also a Feasta Director. Topics covered…

Newsletter December 2020

Editorial By Dr David Somekh It’s difficult to say anything original about how extraordinary 2020 has been to live through. It remains to be seen what lessons we will learn from the experience of the pandemic and its impact on everyday life, not just on the health of individuals and society in general. There’s a…

Newsletter October 2020

Editorial  A word from our director Dr David Somekh It’s seven and a half years since we formally set up EHFF although it had been in waiting for three years before that. Although we had an agreed mission, to support transformational change in society, beginning with health but looking at health in a holistic way,…

The latest Feasta/EHFF podcast on Multiculturalism and Resilience

The latest Festa / EHFF podcast with Caroline Whyte and Sean Conlan. This podcast features Feasta’s summer intern, Nadia Hansen, interviewing Dundalk-based social worker Dr Washington Marovatsanga on cultural competence, enforced absence, the relationship between power and knowledge production, the problematic history and orientation of social work, and how a Global South philosophy of collectivism could…

Fifth in our second series of FEASTA/EHFF podcasts with Sean Conlan and Caroline Whyte

“Partnership based organisation” “Governments around the world are currently rethinking their approach to the economy and reflecting on their overall goals, and this is triggering many questions about how best to structure organisations, large and small, so as to improve our chances of achieving those goals. This podcast includes interviews with people at an international…