Tag Archives: Paris Brown

A Matter of Conscience

Some things are not easy. It’s hard to make the right decision. Some things are not clear cut. There are shades of grey. I’ve been writing recently about fairness, about how we learn to make the right decisions, not just … Continue reading

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Social legacy: Paris Brown and the right to learn

This isn’t a post about politics and policing: it’s a post about learning and the legacy of social media. The right to learn and the right to grow up. There’s been a scandal brewing in the UK over the last … Continue reading

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