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Article out: transformation, adaptation and universalism

Global Discourse journal have published my article online. It’s a response to an article by Brian Heatley from Green House, Paris: optimism, pessimism and realism. 199 more words


I first got in contact with LEAP Africa in 2011 when I participated in The Values, Leadership and Skills Programme (VLSP) held in Ogba, Lagos. In my quest to learn more, I volunteered with LEAP immediately after the programme. 343 more words

Reflections on Inactivity

When given sufficient care, a flower will stand tall and proud. Its petals will be bright and colourful. When, however, it is not given this care, the head of the flower will start to droop.

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THINK-PIECE: Shared Values for Birmingham - Social Inclusion Summit, July 2012

Given the events of the past week and the less than positive spotlight that has been thrown on Birmingham, it has made me re-think and re-visit some of the things that I and colleagues have been writing about the city over the past few years (hence the earlier post about the research I did into Birmingham’s Muslim communities in the immediate aftermath of the 2011 riots). 142 more words


A Real WinningWoman(c)

A Real, honest, brave, intelligent, strong winning woman defends her country, is a patriot, fights for her children, educates them with values and ethics that stand the test the time. 80 more words


Literature can prepare students to work better with technology

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Many countries, including Singapore, are coming to grips with disruptive technology and preparing themselves to leverage technology to grow their economy.

As a result, there is a growing educational trend to focus on studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 211 more words

Current Affairs

Making an Impact.

In this world that we live in, many people live their lives to tell the stories of others but some live and become the stories to be told. 229 more words