The Lives of Others #6

By , 23rd July 2018
Education, Features, Regulars, Travel
Georgie Higginson moved from the UK to Uganda 14 years ago. After losing their daughter to stillbirth, she and her husband were inspired to build a lodge on the banks of the River Nile, overlooking Murchison Falls National Park - an area once occupied by LRA rebels

Global Village #5

By , 21st May 2018
Regulars, Travel
When Rosalind Miller's daughter was born, the medical student was determined having a child wouldn't stop her moving to India to carry out her PhD field work. She reflects on swapping London for a local community in Bangalore with a toddler in tow

Women & Work event

By , 19th September 2016
We've teamed up with Second Home to talk all things Women & Work with Anna Whitehouse of Mother Pukka, Phanella Mayall Fine and Alice Olins of Step Up Club and Mariam Mola of Mentor MatcHER. Here's what you need to know

Family Photography Now

By , 16th September 2016
Do, Features
Announcing our directive for the Family Photography Now initiative in partnership with The Photographers' Gallery, Thames & Hudson and Guardian Family

Time to Read

By , 12th September 2016
Education, Features
A new campaign by BookTrust aims to encourage families to ditch their digital devices and spend more time reading together instead

Working: Home vs Office

By , 8th September 2016
A report out this week suggests that working from home isn't all it's cracked up to be... Here we speak to four working mums to find out what they think is best: home, or office

Dad Talk #8

By , 6th September 2016
Features, Relationships
As our Dad Talk series continues, we hear from father-of-two Ben who talks patience, learning to pick his battles and seeing the world through his son's eyes