Everyone matters and no country is more important than another; justice is found in a world that cherishes its diversity.
The Power of Self-Awareness
Maren Moss, who studied at the Manavodaya Institute explains what she learned and how awareness of the self and the context within which we work is critical.
Building Bridges between Refugees and People with Disabilities
Vasilis Kalopisis proposes that if we value inclusion we must do so for everyone & we all benefit from bringing together excluded groups.
Manavodaya - A Quiet Revolution
Carl Poll and Varun Vidyarthi describe the quiet revolution of participatory development, began by Manavodaya, in Uttar Pradesh, India
Legal Capacity Restoration (Quip)
This report explores the impact of Quip's work in trying to restore legal capacity to people with intellectual disabilities in the Czech Republic.
Reclaiming the Common Good
A review of Reclaiming the Common Good: How Christians can help re-build a broken world, a collection of essays edited by Virginia Moffatt.
Henry Tam explains why it is important we share and develop a coherent world view of how as human beings we can live together with mutual respect.
Manavodaya - The Art of Facilitation
Carl Poll introduces the work of Manvodaya and outlines the art of facilitation and the 8 rules for action
No Is Not Enough
There is unlikely to be a more important book published this summer, David Towell reviews Naomi Klein's latest book.
Time to Stand Up and Be Counted
Don Derrett urges us as individuals to stand up and stand against this new wave of intolerance and brutality, wherever we live.
The Integral Path
Varun Vidyarthi offers a short note on the way in which social change can and must begin by a better ordering of ourselves.
Racisms: From the Crusades to the 20th Century
"If we want to change something, a good start is to understand it." David Towell reviews Francisco Bethencourt's book and discovers the long history behind racism.
Rights and the Welfare State
Simon Duffy describes how the welfare state has been organised around a model of state-paternalism - not human rights and offers a way forward.