Today we are hosting a seminar at the Barrow Cadbury Foundation to promote Hazel Renouf's research on the 'Resettlement experiences of street sex-working women on release from p
On Wednesday 5th April, three of Griffins' fellows and the director, Chris Leeson, travelled to De Montfort University in Leicester to talk about the society and the work that we do.
A belated, but no less heart-felt congratulations to 2014 Griffins Fellow Jean O'Neill who was awarded the British Association of Social Workers, Lifetime Acheivement Award for 2016, last November.
The Society is now open for business for the latest round of fellowships - 2017-18.
Today we are publishing a report by barrister and Griffins fellow, Maya Sikand.
A warm welcome to Sue Matthews - a past fellow of the society who is joining the board as its first 'Fellow Trustee'.
Congratulations to Jean O'Neill!
We are delighted to announce that we have five new fellows starting out on their research fellowships for 2016-17; Sarah Burrows, Pippa Goodfellow, Sharon Hollingsworth, Alice Moore and Tabatha O'B
On Friday 3rd June, Griffins Fellow Kirsty Tate was interviewed for BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour on her work with the Nelson Trust.
Chris Leeson has returned, blister-free, from rowing 171 miles along the Thames from the navigable source in Lechlade, Gloucestershire to the Thames Barrier, all in aid of Griffins.