Monthly Archives: July 2011

Power and Inequality – an inescapable link

As in my work I never ceases to link power with inequality, I thought, in view of today’s ongoing news, that I would write a brief post about it – though I am not widely circulating it. We have all … Continue reading

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Give Youth a Chance – don’t prejudge

On reading an article in yesterday’s Guardian Online with the catchy title “Rising employment, flourishing businesses: why Camden is different” I noted how the writer, Councillor Sarah Hayward, Camden’s cabinet member for community, regeneration and equalities, explains that the 25,000 … Continue reading

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