The Alliance for Care Experienced People in Higher Education is a project currently being developed by care experienced people for care experienced people in Higher Education.
There is a hidden presence of care experienced people researching, working and studying in HE who are eager to support and encourage one another. This project builds on this, and the aims encompass advocacy, outreach and scholarship for and by the care-experienced community.
Recent blog posts
- ACEPHE and the summertimeThank you to everyone who has supported ACEPHE over the past 12 months! It has been a very busy year across Higher Education, for students … Continue reading ACEPHE and the summertime
- How to feel like you belong: Understanding and Navigating Imposter SyndromeA huge THANK YOU to Dr Stephanie Carty, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, for joining us on 15th May 2021 and talking us through what Imposter Syndrome … Continue reading How to feel like you belong: Understanding and Navigating Imposter Syndrome
- Shut Up And Write‘Shut up and Write’ Sessions: 7th and 21st May 8.30- 9.30am (UK time) ACEPHE are experimenting with running ‘Shut up and Write’ (SUAW) sessions. What we would like … Continue reading Shut Up And Write
Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.—Helen Keller
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