Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Collapse of Egypt’s Civil Society – Ethics, transparency, and ‘governmental NGOs’

If the Egyptian uprising of January 25th 2011 was about reclaiming space for the people, the last 18 months has been about the state taking it back. And then some. Along with reductions on the media and freedom of speech, … Continue reading

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The NHS crisis – a golden opportunity?

Everywhere you look these days there’s news about the latest figures or reports that show what an unhealthy state Britain’s National Health Service is in. According to The Independent the NHS ran a deficit of £500 million in the first 3 months … Continue reading

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