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Small Axe Podcast: Listen to Sylvan Baker and Ashley John Baptiste chat tenderly and honestly about their experiences of care.

Here at TVF we are more than excited to share that our Sylvan Baker was invited to talk with journalist Ashley John Baptiste for the Small Axe podcast series. Join them for an honest and tender conversation about their own experiences of navigating the care systems as young black men. Listen here

Listening to Care: TVF’s Kismet Meyon, Dr. Maggie Inchley, and Dr. Sylvan Baker chat on the CYC Podcast

Kismet Meyon, Dr. Maggie Inchley, and Dr. Sylvan Baker were invited to be on the CYC Podcast. In discussion with the podcast host, Wolfgang Vachon, they shared their experiences of  The verbatim Formula, exploring the impacts on themselves, others as creators, how it is received by those who see their performances (including service providers), and

The Future of Listening event at GLA – Young researcher evaluation

Part of TVF’s evaluation process for our event Can you See Me? The future of listening in the care system in February 2020 at the GLA, involved a group of young researchers, across different disciplines to evaluate and share their experience of being a participant. They presented their findings at the event and created short reports.    Here you can find one of these reports by the evaluator Davida:  Verbatim meaning:   in exactly the same words as

Why is listening an important part of empowering students?

*By Sadhvi Dar Senior Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility/Business Ethics and Consultant, The Verbatim Formula. What makes learning an empowering process? bell hooks has pioneered pedagogic frameworks for inclusive education, demanding that teaching is not merely about sharing information, but instead it is a vocation that must “share in the intellectual and spiritual growth of our students”. In this way, understanding with what

What’s The Verbatim Formula and how can universities harness its methods for enhancing inclusion?

*By Sadhvi Dar Senior Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility/Business Ethics and Consultant - The Verbatim Formula The Verbatim Formula is an interdisciplinary project that brings together academics, university staff, social justice organisations, and local authorities and puts them in dialogue with young people who have an experience of the care system.   The name of the project

Can you see me? Exhibition

The Verbatim Formula (TVF) research project began with a desire to find ways of using an artistic practice that would explore young people’s experiences and perceptions of social service-based care in the UK. For the past 4 years TVF has brought together academics, care-experienced young people, policymakers, social workers and universities to develop creative methodologies

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