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Dialogical (de)Medicalisation in British Abortion Activism

by Leah Eades

At March for Life, Britain’s largest anti-abortion demonstration, I found myself face-to-face with a sign exhorting me to “love them both”. The both referred to the smiling mother and baby also pictured. 674 more words

Capital on Tap increases support for UK SMEs’ growth through range of co-branded Mastercard partnerships

Capital on Tap’s co-branded Mastercard program focuses on reinventing the provision of trade credit to better support the growth of UK SMEs through additional cashflow usable at millions of retailers worldwide. 401 more words

SME Tools And Tips

Age, gender, and personality predict risk of distracted driving

— By Conn Hastings

New research finds that gender, personality and how often people drive are all potentially linked to distraction during driving. The study, recently published in… 670 more words


If talks between Fatah and Hamas fail, the risk of conflict in #Gaza increases

On Monday November 20th I briefed the UN Secuirty Council on the situation in the Middle East and the Palestinian question. The session came as critical intra-Palestinian talks were scheduled to open in Cairo on the next day (ie today).  1,761 more words


What competencies should risk managers outside of banks and insurance companies really have?

Originally written for RM GURU and posted on  http://riskmanagementguru.com/competencies-risk-managers-non-financial-companies-really.html/

Here is also a short video summary of the article: 

A while back I saw some discussions about competencies that risk managers should have. 1,366 more words

Risk Management

Hacking Back in Black: Legal and Policy Concerns with the Updated Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act

What could go wrong? Surprised Erik Prince has not chimed on this.

For years now, there has been a discussion surrounding the feasibility of active cyber defense, and allowing private entities or individuals to “hack back” against hostile cyber activity… 17 more words

Cyber Warfare

Island nations at risk!

A conference was recently held in Germany discussing the plight of island nations and climate change. Islands nations are the most vulnerable countries to global warming, essentially from rising seas and the loss of fresh water. 244 more words