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Bobby Cummines: How to Reform Criminals
Bobby Cummines, chief executive of UNLOCK, says ex-offenders need jobs to reduce crime.
Jules Evans: Socrates and Psychotherapy
Jules Evans explores what ancient philosophy can tell modern society about well-being.
June Andrews: A Revolution for Dementia Treatment
Prof June Andrews argues for a revolution in the approach to dealing with dementia.
Clare Melford: Buddah in the Boardroom
Clare Melford explains what she believes business leaders can learn from Buddhism.
Matthew Syed: Does Talent Trump Effort?
Matthew Syed says the importance of talent over effort should not be over-emphasised.
Martin Cassini: The Case Against Traffic Lights
Martin Cassini argues that the UK system for managing traffic needs radical reform.
Kate Smurthwaite: Stop Laughing at Sexism
Comedian Kate Smurthwaite argues it is time to stop laughing at sexism.
Paddy Docherty: Poverty and Entrepreneurship
Paddy Docherty says business is best placed to bring prosperity to impoverished nations.
Kamin Mohammadi: Life in Authoritarian Regimes
Kamin Mohammadi says life under an authoritarian regime is lived more creatively.
Sir Terry Farrell: Architects are Problem Solvers
Sir Terry Farrell says architects can solve the problems of Britain's public spaces.
Mitu Khandaker: Knowing Ourselves Through Computer Games
Computer games offer many opportunities for self-reflective thought, says Mitu Khandaker.
Colin Crooks: The Let-Down Generation
Social entrepreneur Colin Crooks argues that we are wrong to focus on youth unemployment.
Alice Bell: Improving Public Understanding of Science
Alice Bell tackles the myth of scientific literacy as a panacea to understanding science.
Leisa Rea: The Delight of Losing
In the year of the London Olympics, Comedian Leisa Rea ponders the delight of losing.
Naif Al-Mutawa: Art and Religion
Naif Al-Mutawa discusses the importance of interpreting and translating between cultures.
Gillian Wheeler: Flower Design as Art
Flower design is evolving into an art, argues Gillian Wheeler.
James Bridle: Computers and Cultural Memories
James Bridle asks how computer networks will affect cultural memories.
Ali Mangera: The Future of Shopping
Architect Ali Mangera discusses the closely-connected futures of cities and shopping.
Katarina Skoberne: Family History Repeating
Katarina Skoberne describes how history repeating itself taught her valuable lessons.
Joe Dunthorne: Lessons from the Mosh Pit
Writer Joe Dunthorne asks what we can all learn from rock gigs about living together.
Ian Robertson: The Winner Effect
Ian Robertson argues that success and being a winner has a drug-like effect on us drug.
Niall Iain MacDonald: Rowing the Minch
Niall Iain MacDonald describes his extraordinary fight back against depression.
Ruchir Sharma: The Search for Economic Growth
Ruchir Sharma describes his search for the next global economy which can deliver growth.
Margaret Heffernan: Whistleblowers
Entrepreneur Margaret Heffernan argues for the value of whistle-blowers to businesses.
Colin Murray Parkes: Insecurity and Extremism
Colin Murray Parkes illuminates the importance of secure attachments for human happiness.
Mark Vernon: Narcissism
Writer Mark Vernon says narcissism should be rehabilitated as a positive form of self-love
Rabina Khan: Redefining Multiculturalism
Rabina Khan calls for a new definition of multiculturalism which avoids simplistic labels.
Ben Dyson: Understanding How Money Works
Ben Dyson argues for the need to understand how money works before fixing the bank system.
Anna Minton: Fuelling Fear with High Security
Anna Minton argues that higher security creates a sense of fear rather than safety.
James Friel: In Praise of the Single Life
James Friel defends the values and virtues of the single life.
Ismail Einashe: The Challenge for British Somalis
Ismail Einashe reflects on the causes of violent gang culture among young Somali men.