The Leadership of Muhammad by John Adair, Kogan Page, (2011)

Review by Tam Hussein  The complexity of modern society has inevitably made life more demanding.  In response, the market is saturated with books offering advice on how to deal with these challenges.  Some are excellent like Stephen Covey’s 7 effective habits, some seem to disregard ethical considerations like ‘44 rules… Read more“The Leadership of Muhammad by John Adair, Kogan Page, (2011)”

The #COMETOGETHER exhibition, revolution and the Gulf Ripples of the Arab Spring felt in the Gulf States.

The article appeared in the New Statesman 5 October 2012. The #COMETOGETHER exhibition opening in London’s Brick Lane may be about modern and contemporary art by Middle Eastern artists, but it is also about how revolution has affected seemingly stable Gulf States.   As Stephen Stapleton, organizer and founding member of… Read more“The #COMETOGETHER exhibition, revolution and the Gulf Ripples of the Arab Spring felt in the Gulf States.”

Education is Ideological: Tunisian Education

  Op-ed was published in Tunisia-live.net July 2012. Reproduced with kind permission. Tunisian education is undergoing rehabilitation. Whilst much progress has been made in terms of developing pedagogical theories and increasing student engagement, the threat of strike by the Union of Teachers for June suggests that much still needs doing.  “Education,” as… Read more“Education is Ideological: Tunisian Education”