Political Parties & Public Faux Pas

Political Parties & Public Faux Pas

One of the longest standing traditions in British politics is public faux pas, often in the form of controversial, ignorant or downright outrageous statements made by Members of Parliament. In the past, apart from the most egregious of quotes, MPs only had to survive...
People shouldn’t be bought & sold…

People shouldn’t be bought & sold…

Modern Slavery and human trafficking are some of the most widespread crimes in the world. An estimated 40.3 million people are victims of human trafficking, with 24.9m of these estimated to have been exploited for labour and 15.4m in forced marriage (according to the...
Is it time to get your act together online?

Is it time to get your act together online?

Recent news has covered a string of incidents involving public figures in relation to their activity online. Yesterday, an actress was fired by a TV soap series due to historic and offensive tweets. What she had shared on a computer screen led to the producers taking...
Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone!

Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone!

A recent story highlighted the need to constantly maintain and review safeguarding controls.  An associate head teacher admitted to the crimes of gathering over 2000 images showing the sexual abuse of children, as well as owning Class A drugs. It is reported that the...
Part 3: How do we measure Culture?

Part 3: How do we measure Culture?

In PART 2 of the Courage, Culture and Conduct series, Patrick Butler shared his views on courage as the foundation of a value-focused culture  >> READ HERE The question we are most often asked at the Conduct and Culture Academy (CCA) is, “how do you measure behaviour,...