Was it just me or did apologies seem to be dominating the headlines last week? Firstly it was the full page newspaper apology from Tesco in response to the horsemeat burger scandal closely followed by Lance Armstrong’s public apology on the Oprah Winfrey show for his use of performance enhancing drugs to win his seven […]
By Daniel Kershen, CEDR Foundation Project Coordinator Whether its nursing a tall Pepsi Cola in a shady bar in the backstreets of Memphis, eating what looks distinctly like a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich in a cafe off the High Street or sifting through the various badges and pins in the local bric-a-brack store, […]
by Dr Karl Mackie CBE, mediator and Chief Executive, CEDR Recent events have been moving so fast it is as if several years of history-making events have been squeezed into a matter of weeks. For CEDR, it was important but intriguing, that the Royal Family in Bahrain responded to the recent national unrest with a call […]
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