The controversy over France’s burkini ban – struck down by an administrative court today (26 August) – has thrown the spotlight on issues of diversity, integration and multiculturalism. Advertisements
The European Commission today (25 August) dodged questions over France’s controversial burkini ban, but said there was nothing to stop EU officials wearing a burka to work.
Thousands of European steelmakers descended on the EU capital Brussels on Monday (15 February) demanding that officials do more to stop the flood of cheap imports from China.
I gave a talk on the last year of EU politics at Acumen Public Affairs‘ fifth anniversary party. It covered everything from the Brussels lockdown to Grexit to Brexit, to … Continue reading
Mix of videos and photos taken during the last week of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris. Sit-in protest during the talks Climate Commissioner reacts to announcement of … Continue reading
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If you want a lively, engaging, insightful moderator for your panel debate, get in touch. I’ve moderated for companies such as Aviva, Pepsico, and GE Capital, for institutions including the London … Continue reading