Human Rights

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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

David Cameron orders integration of health and social care

As is quite evident from this blog, due to various commitments and lack of time, I rarely blog. However, David Cameron has just ordered health and social care services to be brought together in order to benefit patients in a move which government advisers are calling the NHS‘s most urgent overhaul. This integration of services seems to be motivated by cost cutting … Continue reading

Growing in the Heart…

The pupils of the first grade were discussing a photo of a family. In the picture, the hair of the youngest boy was of a different color than that of the rest of family. One of the boys in the class thought that the boy was adopted, to which a girl from the class said: … Continue reading

Posting of Children’s Photographs on Adoption Websites…

In follow up of my research on adoption (please see details) I would like to initiate a debate in order to raise greater awareness and bring about a policy change with regards to the use of children’s photographs on various adoption websites and with the hope of an eventual ethical shift and policy statement in relation … Continue reading

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