Monthly Archives: September 2012

Freedom of Speech – by right or responsibility?

I have been burdened recently in writing this article; each time I get it finished, something else hits me, usually from the media that I think needs to be included – this morning I finally post it, completed, but in … Continue reading

Posted in beyond diversity, discrimination, Equality & Diversity, human rights, inequality, poverty, Prejudice, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 8 Comments

The Paralympics – what is society’s legacy?

This article poses a contentious question that originated during discussion with a disabled friend of mine who told me this week that the Paralympics have achieved in ten days what he has failed to manage in forty years. Derek is … Continue reading

Posted in disability equality, discrimination, Equality & Diversity, human rights, inequality | Tagged , , , , , , | 15 Comments

Staff Team Communities – an ideal for all workplaces

In the last year I have worked with various groups on team development, change management or diversity programmes. What has struck me time and again is the level of disconnect between people who spend a good proportion of their lives … Continue reading

Posted in Bullying & Harassment, management, workplace bullying | Tagged , , , , , , | 7 Comments