One of the real highlights of the Olympics and Paralympics – for me at least – was how everyone was totally in awe of the athletes. Pretty much everyone agreed that Ennis, Simmonds, Farah et al were breath-taking in what they achieved and the classy way they did it. There has been a lot of […]
Thousands of pupils throughout the country picked up their A Level results at the end of August. My daughter was one of them. Having spent the last two years flicking through glossy university prospectuses marketing a wealth of degrees and courses, there was a constant reminder about the value of knowledge and skills. Whether going […]
As part of the 24 month International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) project within the Middle East and North Africa, Pakistan is one of the countries to partner with CEDR in promoting alternative dispute resolution. I am currently in the Punjab Province of Pakistan working with a Private Sector representative body to assist them in developing a […]
Watching Andy Murray and Roger Federer in the Men’s finals at Wimbledon and the closing ceremony I was amazed. The playing awe inspiring and although I was supporting Murray, Federer (holding the men’s record of 17 Grand Slam titles) was in a class of his own. Throughout the game (as I was not one of […]
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