Ethics

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Employers Social Media Policy and the Challenge of e-Professionalism

The widespread diffusion of social media and its increasing use in both personal and professional spheres combined with an abundance of information sustained by increasing out-pouring of private information into public domain, have blurred the boundaries of personal and work identities and generated significant socio-legal, cultural, economic, and psychosocial challenges. This article is an attempt … Continue reading

The Hidden Crime… Domestic Violence and Gender – by Claudia Megele

Domestic violence is widespread and its effects are pervasive. Practice and research in domestic violence have resulted in a greater appreciation of the complexities in understanding the impacts of domestic violence on children and the ways in which it can be approached as child abuse. Research has indicated that the distinction between ‘witnessing’ and ‘experiencing’ … Continue reading

David Lammy and why he is smacking wrong…

Considering David Lammy’s interview over the weekend and Harriet Baldwin’s interview on Channel 4  I would like to highlight some of the flawed reasoning that leads to this sort of thinking. Frankly speaking, David Lammy is wrong on so many levels that I am not sure where to begin. Therefore, I will only raise some … Continue reading

Speech at the House of Lords

Below is my short speech for my appointment as the Ambassador of Progressive Muslims Forum, UK. at the House of Lords. I am pleased for receiving the achievement award for my work in relation with human rights, equality & diversity, and social cohesion at the Parliamentary Reception of PMF-UK.   THE HOUSE OF LORDS Speech by Claudia Megele … Continue reading

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