Different perspectives on a common goal
Does defining children’s rights undermine adults’ intuitive sense of responsibility?
This is not the first volume of Woolley Jones stories, but it is the first which our Panel had come across, and they really enjoyed it. Woolley Jones is a country lad, brought up in the 1950s (or “in the old days” as one of the Panel put it). He has a lazy dog called … Read more
We were in the City Hall in Jerusalem, and the Mayor was due to host the mayors of fifty cities from around the world that evening. “Who is Jerusalem twinned with?” I asked. “Jerusalem is unique”, our host replied. “It has no twin cities. But it does have partnerships, which are much the same”, she … Read more