Attachment hosts

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 list of all the individuals and organisations that have kindly hosted placements during 2017 are listed below:

ACAS Kings College
Accumulate Law Society
Advocacy Academy   Law Works
Alastair Logan QC  Lessons for Life
Article 19  London Youth
BBC Hard Talk Lord Peter Hennessy
BBC Newsnight Lord Nicholas Macpherson
BBC Parliament LSE - Professor Sandra McNally & Oksana Antonenko
BBC Reality Checks  Macmillan Cancer Support
Big Brother Watch Matrix Chambers
Birmingham university Ministry of Justice
Bond National Council for Volunteer Organisations
BP National Trust
BPP Law School Network Rail 
Britain Thinks Newcastle City Council
British Council  Oxford Policy Center
Causeway Institute Participatory Budgeting Network
Channel Four Pathways4all 
Charities Aid Foundation  People’s History Museum
Chatham House  Privacy International
Chelsea Pensioners at Royal Hospital Chelsea Pulse Brands
Chris Shead QC Mind  People and Gardens
Citizenship Foundation Railway Gazette 
Co-op Red Lion Chambers
Department for Education Saatchi & Saatchi 
Disability Rights UK Sisters Uncut 
Eden Project Social and Sustainable Capital 
Edgehill University Social Enterprise UK 
Electoral Reform  Social Value UK 
European Human Rights Advocacy Centre Saywell Services 
Fawcett Society               The Law Society 
Fifteen Cornwall  The Soldiers Charity
Foreign Policy Center Think Global 
Foundation for Information Policy Research Thurrock Council
Full of Life Toton Sidings (Deutsche Bahn) 

George Hewitt

(UK’s leading Abkhazia specialist, now retired)

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 Justice Kew Gardens Watford Disability Service Centre 
Hanover Communications Woodland Trust 
Help for Heroes  
Hornsey School for Girls  
Humanitarian Academy   
Index on Censorship  
Institute for government   
IPPR  
iSE Social Enterprise Experts  
J Walter Thompson  
Justice  
Kew Gardens