The Limitations of Free Speech

NEWFor those of us working in the field of intercultural dialogue and understanding, it has been a frustrating few weeks.

The Rohingya of Myanmar: Staring Into the Abyss of Uncertainty

NEWThe recent violence against the Rohingya minority in Myanmar has brought to the fold the hidden tensions within a society long isolated from the international community.

The UK Riots: One Year On

NEWThe great sense of pride and unity that has swept the UK during the Olympics, has to be utilised in order to inspire and offer better opportunities for the younger generation.

What does it mean to be British

NEWI am a sports fan and love watching the Olympics. It symbolises all the best in the human sporting excellence and dedication and somehow also represents an opportunity to hit a pause button (rightly or wrongly) on world affairs, as for about two weeks much of the world’s focus is on the athletes.

22 years and still waiting

NEWFor around 22 years, approximately 100,000 internally displaced people from the Northern Province in Sri Lanka have been languishing in camps in the north-west of the country. In the wake of post-conflict debates about reconciliation and rehabilitation, there now exists various challenges for this affected community.