Alice Sachrajda

Creative researcher and storyteller

Eaves closure is a devastating loss for the women’s sector

Eaves Housing for Women, a beacon of support for women experiencing gender-based violence, has ceased its operations. It is a deep and profound loss to the women’s sector in the UK.

I worked at Eaves from 2005-2007. It was a privilege to work alongside so many brave women – staff and service users alike. It was a fierce baptism of feminist fire – a truly formative time of my life. Continue reading “Eaves closure is a devastating loss for the women’s sector”

Stirring the imagination and fostering empathy

I enjoy bringing imagination, creativity and fresh ideas to the way that we carry out and disseminate social research. My passion lies in exploring human attitudes, perceptions, feelings and values. These are not easily quantified and lend themselves to a deep inquiry that illustrates the messy complexity of human existence. A creative starting point embraces curiosity, takes us into the realm of metaphor, and provides new avenues for expression while bringing in new and often unheard voices.


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