Who are we to judge?
The UK has just lived through one of the most dramatic changes in recent history. A long-discussed referendum on our membership of the European Union brought back an unexpected result […]
(Peace plant, Europe House, London) There is a good deal to be said for sharing living costs and expenses with friends. Many of us realise this when we live on […]
The end of another year is a good time to look back and reflect upon what has been achieved as well as what I have learnt. This reflective post caught […]
Compartmentalisation is helpful for filing. Grouping objects or indeed ideas that are similar can help to identify commonalities and differences. Such classification was a vital component of the development of […]
I finally got a moment this morning to return to #rhizo15 just as it is coming to an end. I read blog posts from Maha Bali and Maren Deepwell, both people […]
I’m not given to political outpourings but as the election approaches I want to applaud the values driven approach to policy adopted by Ed Miliband. In the UK the coalition […]