A sneak peek of “Right Social Justice: Better Ways to Help the Poor” – out soon!

By Ruth Limkin Shameless plug time. I’m a contributing author for a book which is coming out shortly, and I think everyone should buy a copy (or two). My chapter looks at community development by the church and charity sector, and was an absolute honour to write. So often, the immense contribution by the not-for-profit and volunteer fuelled sectors get overlooked. I know so many wonderful … Continue reading A sneak peek of “Right Social Justice: Better Ways to Help the Poor” – out soon!

Why I’m (sort of) glad that Britain has run out of money

This week the UK Chancellor, George Osborne, warned that Britain has run out of money, in news that would have left many readers cold. The UK is seen as a leading nation and if their financial margins are such, then it brings into stark focus the economic dilemma that much of the world is facing. Yet I was strangely glad to read the article and … Continue reading Why I’m (sort of) glad that Britain has run out of money

What I find extraordinary: on beating rather than leading

By Ruth Limkin I’ve been out of the country for a few weeks but social media meant I could stay in touch with what was happening at home. That was nice enough at the beginning of my trip, but the ‘warm Aussie glow’ you feel when abroad waned as I observed the antics of those in the federal government. The activity around the federal leadership … Continue reading What I find extraordinary: on beating rather than leading