Maria Coleman

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Mental Health – A Local and Global Challenge

By | October 6th, 2016|Local Actions for Global Impact, Maria Coleman|

Maria Coleman In Seán O’Casey’s play ‘Juno and the Paycock,’ Capt. Jack Boyle drunkenly slurs a classic line that seems eternally relevant; "the whole world is in a terrible state o' chassis.” Chaos, or the confusion that could lead us towards it, can seem ever-present in the distracting haze of modern life. We perform the balancing [...]

Women, Work and Saving the World

By | June 29th, 2016|Citizen Journalist, Citizen Journalist - Tolerance & Inclusion, Maria Coleman|

Maria Coleman In 2009 the Dalai Lama said “THE WORLD WILL BE SAVED BY THE WESTERN WOMEN”. He also said he is a feminist. I’m one myself. I had sort of forgotten until some sparks reignited recently. Despite PhD-level education, I have, due to child-rearing and geography, been loitering around the bottom of the career [...]