Attachment hosts 2017

As part of the Fellowship Programme, each Fellow undertakes a tailored programme of individual visits. These visits allow each Fellow to meet with a variety of organisations which closely reflect their Action Plan and professional interests.

This opportunity to witness first hand the working of UK institutions and organisations gives the Fellows a unique insight into the UK’s political and civil society, and is seen by many of them as one of the most informative and rewarding aspects of the Programme. It has a significant influence in shaping Fellows’ Action Plans and future work in their home countries once the Programme has finished.

Our visits cover a wide range of areas and we are grateful for all the support we receive from parliamentarians, local authorities, media organisations, businesses, professional bodies, NGOs, academics and others. All our hosts kindly donate their time to our Programme – and we are very grateful for their ongoing support. 

A selection of individuals and organisations that have kindly hosted attachments for our Fellows during 2017 are listed below:

ACAS King's College
Advocacy Academy   Law Society
Alastair Logan QC  Law Works
Article 19  Lessons for Life

Ashton Hayes 

Bank of England

London Youth

London Metropolitan University

BBC Hard Talk Lord Peter Hennessy
BBC Newsnight Lord Nicholas Macpherson
BBC Parliament LSE
BBC Reality Checks  Macmillan Cancer Support
Big Brother Watch Matrix Chambers
Birkbeck, University of London Ministry of Justice
Birmingham university National Council for Volunteer Organisations



National Trust

National Grid

BPP Law School Network Rail 

Britain Thinks

British Council 

Newcastle City Council

Nottingham Univeristy Human Rights Centre

Business Disability Forum Oxford Policy Center
Business in the Community Participatory Budgeting Network
Causeway Institute Pathways4all 
Channel Four People’s History Museum
Chatham House  Policy Lab

Chelsea Pensioners at Royal Hospital Chelsea

Cherie Blair Foundation

College Park School


Prison Reform Trust

Railway Gazette 

Chris Shead QC Mind  RBS
Citizenship Foundation Red Lion Chambers
Co-op Rural Network

Department for Education

Department for Work and Pensions


Saatchi & Saatchi

Scotland Institute 

Scottish Youth Parliament

Digital Scot Office

Disability Rights UK


Scottish Chamber of Commerce

Sisters Uncut 


Eden Project Social and Sustainable Capital 
Edgehill University Social Enterprise UK 
Edinburgh Global Social Value UK 

Education Scotland

Electoral Reform 

Saywell Services 

Tech UK

European Human Rights Advocacy  Centre      The Green Investment Bank
Fawcett Society    The Law Society 
Fifteen Cornwall  The Policy Institute at King's College

Foreign Policy Center

Foundation for Information Policy Research

The Soldiers Charity

Think Global 

Full of Life Thurrock Council

George Hewitt

(UK’s leading Abkhazia specialist, now retired)

Toton Sidings (Deutsche Bahn) 

University College London – Professor Alena Ledeneva

Glasgow City Council University of Hertfordshire
Girls Network  University of Westminster
Glasswall Solutions Walking with the Wounded
Greater London Authority  Watford Disability Service Centre 
Hanover Communications Woodland Trust 
Help for Heroes World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

Her Majesty’s Prison & Probation Service

Hornsey School for Girls

Humanitarian Academy   
Index on Censorship  

Institute for government 

Institute for Education

iSE Social Enterprise Experts  
J Walter Thompson  
Kew Gardens