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International Women’s Day Conference – Friday 6th March

“Countries with more gender equality have better economic growth. Companies with more women leaders perform better. Peace agreements that include women are more durable. Parliaments with more women enact more legislation on key social issues such as health, education, anti-discrimination and child support. The evidence is clear: equality for women means progress for all.” UN… Read more »

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Taking a stand against bullying

At Touchstone we’re committed to ensuring that diversity is something which is celebrated, rather than attacked. That’s why we’re delighted to support Anti-Bullying Week (17th-23rd November) and Stonewall’s No Bystanders campaign. The No Bystanders pledge reads “I will never be a bystander to bullying and teasing language. If I hear it, I will call it… Read more »


Touchstone Positive Care Programme – what is it all about?!

Hello. I am Jane Kenington. I coordinate the Positive Care Programme for Touchstone and I’d love to tell you all about how wonderful it is and encourage you to come along and try for yourself! What is the PCP? The Positive Care Programme (PCP) is a 12 week course of holistic therapies and workshops specifically… Read more »

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Anti-Bullying Week 17-21st November 2014

Bullying does not just happen in school, nor is it always children who are the bullies or the victims of bullying.  Bullying can and does happen everywhere. Anti-Bullying week is about raising awareness of what bullying is and works to help people stand up to the bully in their community, be that home, work or… Read more »


Alcohol Awareness Week

This year’s Alcohol Awareness Week runs from 17th-23rd November. Emma Goldsack from Touchstone’s Housing Service offers an informative article on the risks of drinking too much and how to drink safely. The festive season is upon us and we are once again bombarded with an assortment of offers on chocolate boxes, Christmas decs and of course… Read more »


Beating the winter blues: five tips for coping with SAD

Fiona Venner, director of Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service, writes about dealing with the effects of shorter days and longer nights… When the clocks go back many of us may feel the urge to retreat under our duvets. For around two million people in the UK who suffer with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), coping with… Read more »

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