School Exclusions and The Rule of Law

School Exclusions are often used in an unlawful and arbitrary manner. I explain how and why with my colleague Michelle Kamya below. This post was written for, and originally posted on, the Bingham Centre comment page, which I strongly encourage human rights enthusiasts to visit here. Introduction Lord Bingham stated that equality is a keyContinue reading “School Exclusions and The Rule of Law”

Michael Abiodun Olatokun: From words to action on EDI

Much has been said and written about improving diversity in the charity sector. Now is the time for genuine change. Here are four areas Chairs should reflect on This article was written for the Association of Chairs, an organisation I have been a member of for the last five years. View the original post onContinue reading “Michael Abiodun Olatokun: From words to action on EDI”

Does It Ever Pay To Represent Yourself In Court?

The Legal Services Board suggest that 1/10 people in the UK wouldn’t take up the legal services of a solie hoice, and this rises to 20% in the black community. I debunk self-representation with others in this short film for BBC Ideas.