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Graham Peebles
Graham Peebles
Graham is an artist, writer and director of The Create Trust, he founded in 2006. He has run education projects & teacher training programs in Palestine, India and Ethiopia, where he spent two years working with local groups in Addis Ababa. A long time student of the Ageless Wisdom Teachings, and eastern philosophy, he is currently writing a series of essays on education. Contact: [email protected]


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United Nations soldiers, part of United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE), monitoring Eritrea-Ethiopia boundary in 2005. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

Ethiopia: Peaceful Protest To Armed Uprising – OpEd

20 Feb 2017 in 1 , Opinion , Social Issues

What began as a regional protest movement in November 2015, is in danger of becoming a fully-fledged armed uprising in Ethiopia. Angered and exasperated by the government’s intransigence and duplicity, small guerrilla groups made up…


Earth. Photo Credit: NASA

Searching For Peace In A Troubled World – OpEd

27 Jan 2017 in 1 , Opinion

Throughout his Christmas message and in keeping with the hymn of the time, Pope Francis repeatedly called for Peace in our World. “Not merely the word, but a real and concrete peace” brought about by…


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Climate Change: The Potential Impacts Of Collective Inaction – OpEd

13 Jan 2017 in 1 , Environment , Opinion

In the early 1900s when the idea that industrialisation could potentially result in global warming was first posited, the consensus was that it was unlikely, and in any case, an increase in temperature was to…


Earth and stars

Civilization In Transition, Uncertainty And Opportunity – OpEd

11 Nov 2016 in 1 , Opinion

British filmmaker Adam Curtis recently released his new documentary ‘HyperNormalisation’. Brilliant in parts, this ambitious film reveals an image of a civilisation in turmoil. It shows how duplicitous, inadequate politicians have repeatedly deceived the public…


United Nations soldiers, part of United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE), monitoring Eritrea-Ethiopia boundary in 2005. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

Ethiopian’s Crying Out For Freedom And Justice – OpEd

23 Sep 2016 in 1 , Opinion

Usually the 11th September, or 1st of Meskerem on the Ethiopian calendar, is a day of celebration. It is the Ethiopian new-year. However, this year there was a distinct shortage of happy gatherings or collective…


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