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Issue 32 - Beyond Duty

Issue 32 - Beyond Duty

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Ever since its first mission over 23 years ago, London’s Air Ambulance has not only tended to the needs of the 10m people who live, work and commute in London, but it has also become a leading service attracting doctors from all over the world

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When French designer Aurelyen moved to an impoverished Peruvian shanty-town, he saw not hopelessness but possibility and potential. Proving that a desire to grow inhabits all of us, no matter our circumstances, his brand is helping the people he met not just survive the global economy, but thrive

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Unbeaten ironman world-record holder Chrissie Wellington was not immediately tipped to become an outstanding athlete. She spent several years seeking direction before carving out a successful career in international development and overcoming significant personal issues. Then she discovered triathlon

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Women have come a very long way since, say, the 1960s: running companies, sitting in government, leading the way in difficult parts of the world. But in terms of the fetishising of the female body, we’re still back in the days of big hair and white lipstick

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As society moves away from the individualism and overt consumerism of recent decades, and we are being led to examine our actions and their effects on others, could it be that a new and more ethical background to our decision-making is emerging?

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Our old institutions, the banks, government and city fathers, have led us to believe that they have earned a place at the heart of society. A heart that, as we have witnessed over the last few years, is no longer beating true

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At both ends of our ‘entitlement society’ – a state of affairs that’s changing by the day – there are those who feel that life owes them. But nothing could be further from the truth

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Noam Chomsky grew up during one of history’s most turbulent times. he went on to become a highly influential pioneer in his field and to challenge the very fabric of society. Although his outspoken views have brought him both accolade and criticism, he remains one of our most significant thinkers