The final, 25th piece in Trinity's Reflections series, written during the pandemic, is by Thomas Graff, a third-year PhD student in Theology and Religious Studies.
Dame Sally Davies’ new co-authored book, Whose Health Is It, Anyway? proposes a rethink of how we value our health, a redesign of the UK’s health system to include a National Care Service, and a novel funding mechanism for a 'total health' approach.
Guy Gunaratne, Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts, offers the latest in the series of Reflections by Trinity Fellows. Guy is the author of a prize-winning debut novel In Our Mad and Furious City published in 2018.
This reflection by Ali Smith, Senior Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts, takes the form of a foreword to a volume of work by UK school students in Years 9 to 13, The Litmus: Writing in Common, to be published shortly. Links are provided to the particular writings to which she refers on the Litmus website.