December’s monthly essay was written as a blog for HomelessLink; and has now been released by them, in advance publicity for the Research and Evidence national conference we are running with them, and the Mental Health Foundation, on 31st January 2017.
We have a new area on the site for members to tell us – and each other – about any recent or on-going research related to PIEs, at: http://pielink.net/work-in-progress-research/ (See also the item on the proposed new PIEs evaluation and specification framework)
17th October, Paris: ‘L’ environnement informé : cinq ou six principes de base’ This is a presentation on PIEs, in French, as part of the conference “Quelle hospitalité pour les personnes en rupture de liens?” NB: this talk will be followed by a handful of ‘pop up’ PIE workshops later that week in English, in […]
August is traditionally the silly season; and so it seems a good time to launch a possibly silly idea – the monthly essay. A bit like a blog – actually very like a blog – the monthly essay could become an opportunity for PIElink readers and writers to take a little longer to play with […]
Just been re-designing the layout for the PIElink’s “Questions” pages, partly to bring out the key central issues more clearly, and partly to make space, in a side bar, for more links to other useful content on these themes. Feedback welcome.
On July 27th there are two quite informal gatherings for members in, or in easy reach of, London. The first, all afternoon, 2-5pm, is at a rather nice Tea Room in Vauxhall Gardens. The second is a meal, that same evening, in Soho. For details and/or to book a place at either (just so we […]
Behind the scenes at the PIElink, Jamie Baker of DarkWhite has been beavering away constantly, trying to help manage the kaleidoscope of content we have here, come up with new ideas to improve the design, and keep us abreast of constant changes in what the technology enables us to do. As we now embark on […]
From June 2016, we begin scheduling regular live and interactive webinars for members (and others). We will run live “Virtual Drop In” discussions intended mainly for new members, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons, 4-5 pm GMT (NB: US members please adjust for your local time zones, but that time should suit most of you…) […]
Please note: there was no April newsletter, as the editor was on a field trip in the US, and the technology is so much harder to work. Likewise, no May issue, to give us time to process so much new material from the US trip. The June issue is briefer than most. It featured three […]