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Finding the Other >>
Jehangir Sarosh is a businessman living in Britain. He is President of the World Conference for Religion and Peace Europe and Vice-Chair of the Inter-Faith Network for the UK.
Parents Start With Themselves >>
A remarkable series of courses is helping Taiwanese parents to cope better with their children—and their own lives. Jenny Leung reports:
The Best of Enemies >>
Divided by 20 miles of water, France and England are old friends, neighbours and rivals. Andrew Stallybrass explores their relationship.
Asia's Millennial Message to the World >>
Jehan Perera works with civic organizations and through the media in Sri Lanka to promote peace and human rights.
Peer Pressure With a Friendly Face >>
When she was 16, Natalie Porter's stereotypes let her down. Drugs came to her in the hand of a friend, not some dodgy dealer.
First Things First >>
Family life is a juggling act these days, writes Catholic journalist, lecturer and mother Faustina Starrett.
Why East and West Need Each Other >>
At a time when some are predicting increasing conflict between Western and Muslim nations, Abdul-Nabi Isstaif writes from Damascus with a call for partnership.
The Sixty Minute Man >>
In 1988 Rob Parsons gave up his job as a lawyer to help bolster Britain's ailing family life. The founder of Care for the Family talks to Kenneth Noble.
Averting a Flare-Up on the Farm >>
John Bocock is a dairy and grain farmer in the Canadian prairies to the north of Edmonton, Alberta.
Britain's Multicultural Schools: Good but Could Do Better >>
In the last 50 years pupils from many different ethnic minorities have entered the British education system. How well are secondary schools handling the situation, asks Kenneth Noble.
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