Growing ‘good’ men

At the time of writing, the world’s media is focused on angry women who have had enough of misogyny in families, across organisations and in our public institutions. This has come to a head in the abduction and murder of a young, white, professional woman in London by a member of the Metropolitan police. ThisContinue reading “Growing ‘good’ men”

Why Social-Emotional Learning Matters

On July 18th 2020 UNESCO MGIEP (the Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Peace and Sustainable Development) published Re-thinking Learning: A Review of Social-Emotional Learning for Education Systems. It is a much needed and welcome publication that addresses both research and practice.   Social and emotional learning (SEL) enables people to identify and navigate emotions, develop positiveContinue reading “Why Social-Emotional Learning Matters”