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August 8, 2018

Batting Away the Windrush Scandal

What he did not say and what his predecessor had claimed to have no knowledge of, was that the government had targeted the so-called Windrush generation in full knowledge that for a variety of complex reasons many […]
August 8, 2018

Apprehending Youth Violence (3/3):
Empowerment & Advocacy

Empowerment & Advocacy Apprehending Youth Violence (3/3) Apprehending Youth Violence (1/3): Youth Work Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3): Additional Evidence to Youth Commission   Alternative education provision is now a lucrative industry and a staple in the schooling […]
August 8, 2018

Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3):
Additional Evidence

Additional evidence to Youth Violence Commission Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3) Apprehending Youth Violence: Youth Work (1/3) Apprehending Youth Violence: Empowerment & Advocacy (3/3)   What role can early years support play in reducing levels of youth violence? […]
August 8, 2018

Apprehending Youth Violence (1/3):
Youth Work

Youth Work Apprehending Youth Violence (1/3) Apprehending Youth Violence (2/3): Additional Evidence to Youth Commission Apprehending Youth Violence (3/3): Empowerment & Advocacy Brexit signals even deeper divisions and segregation in the society on the axis of race […]
June 18, 2018

Open Letter to Prime Minister Theresa May

  Dear Prime Minister  It was with both surprise and utter bemusement that I received your invitation to the above. We in this country have become used to foreign heads of state and leaders of movements being […]
April 7, 2018

Brickbats and Bouquets Government Style

Brickbats and Bouquets Government Style The comment below is what I wrote at the beginning of April in response to an invitation to a service in Westminster Abbey in June to mark 70 years of the arrival of […]
April 7, 2018

70th Anniversary of Windrush 1948

Let Us Pray The British has a quaint way of marking anniversaries. With or without pomp and ceremony, the state invites the nation to join it in prayer, often for those whose anniversary it is marking, but […]
October 27, 2017

Building A Turbulent Future

First, let me say how much I welcome the opportunity to join you as you add to the rich tapestry we continue to weave in British Social History through your crucial intervention in the matter of the […]
 
 

About Professor John


Professor Gus John has been a committed educationalist and learning facilitator since 1965.

He is a Director of Gus John Consultancy Ltd., All Africa Advisors Ltd., the former Director of Education and Leisure Services for the London Borough of Hackney, Chair Co-Founder and Patron of the Communities Empowerment Network, and Interim Chair of its campaigning arm, Parents and Students Empowerment (PaSE).

Professor Gus John has delivered services to a diverse range of clients from across the world:

– International Federation of Red Cross/Red Crescent Societies Regional (European) Council;

Swedish Human Rights Forum;

– Governments of Cameroon, Somaliland, Sierra Leone, Jamaica;

– State governors in Lagos and Delta States, Nigeria;

The Law Society;

Arts Council England;

The Methodist Church;

British Union Conference of Seventh Day Adventists;
Other previous clients include:

– Councils (Oxford County Council, Leeds City Council, etc);

– Universities (University of Manchester, University of London, etc);

– Trade unions (UNISON, NUT, etc).

 

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