Assessing the Future of Edelman

Assessing the Future of Edelman

The notion of an entire day of assessment is quite horrific when you break it down. 24 hours of constant evaluation, estimation and speculation. No sacred second is safe, for you have to be on your guard at all times.... Read More »

Everything else is just news…

Everything else is just news…

It is the one quote that everyone thinks they know about journalism: “News is something that someone somewhere doesn’t want you to know; everything else is just advertising.” You can read what you like into the... Read More »

The Pressure to Be Perfect – by Julia Hartley-Brewer

The Pressure to Be Perfect – by Julia Hartley-Brewer

When you picture your idea of a perfect woman, what do you see? She’s probably got a high-flying career, a happy marriage to a handsome, successful man, with two beautiful children and she’s also drop-dead... Read More »

Teaching with tech – Has the revolution arrived?

Teaching with tech – Has the revolution arrived?

Over the past decade, technology has been pinpointed time and time again as the key to “revolutionising” the education system and improving learning in schools – but has this really happened? I recently... Read More »

End of Term Report

End of Term Report

On Monday 9 February 2015, The Access Project released its Impact Report for the 2013-14 academic year. At a launch event at Magic Circle law firm, Linklaters, I spoke about my experiences as a volunteer academic... Read More »

HeFor…well what exactly?

HeFor…well what exactly?

So what exactly is the deal with men and feminism? One minute Ed and Nick are wearing T-shirts and Dave is getting pilloried for not. Then the T-shirt brigade takes a hammering for tokenism too. Next Esquire tells me... Read More »

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