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Market leaders in trust and integrity: Michael Smith takes part in a conference that brings together business professionals, farmers and journalists seeking ethics at work. Conference news Oct 1, 2006 1382
Margaret's secret war: Margaret Jackson was in on the birth of European unity. She talks to Michael Smith. Interview Aug 1, 2006 1411
Rajendra Gandhi: rubber soul: Mumbai businessman Rajendra Gandhi has made recycling a matter of moral principle. Dec 1, 2005 1293
The man who set out to change the media: Bill Porter founded a global think-tank out of his concern about the media's influence. Michael Smith tells his story. Oct 1, 2005 1434
Born-again crops give hope to Zimbabwean farmers: Ian Robertson and his colleagues have found a way to free staple crops from viruses, with dramatic results for their growers. Dec 1, 2004 979
Scrap farming subsidies, say business leaders. Brief Article Dec 1, 2004 156
Fairer deal needed for Third World farmers; Michael Smith attends a farmers' dialogue on tackling poverty. Oct 1, 2004 713
Rhubarb! Rhubarb! Jun 1, 2004 394
Paul & Marguerite Craig: sowing seeds of growth: rebuilding after war--and rebuilding relationships--are keys to sustainable development says agriculturalist Paul Craig. He talks to Michael Smith. Jun 1, 2004 1550
Workers' butterfly aims to start a whirlwind: how can enterprises better serve the wider community? David Erdal has a radical solution. Apr 1, 2004 1032
Training for the long haul. Feb 1, 2004 491
No bribes for healthy business: corruption is bad for business, says Suresh Vazirani, managing director of an award-winning hi-tech company. Dec 1, 2003 1609
Globalization ... as if people really mattered: can big business and activists agree on fighting poverty? Cover Story Oct 1, 2003 2331
Honestly? Brief Article Aug 1, 2003 332
Tata's army of volunteers: Michael Smith reports on the Indian industrial empire that is producing social capital as well as profits. (Sustainable Development). Jun 1, 2003 1234
Declaring war on corruption: Michael Smith attends the world's biggest anti-corruption conference in the Czech Republic. Dec 1, 2002 1597
Avoiding a clash of civilizations. (From The Editors' Desk). Oct 1, 2002 378
Meeting the challenges of globalization. (Caux conferences 2002). Oct 1, 2002 1017
Afghan refugees gain learning for life. (Update). Aug 1, 2002 905
Breaking the chain of hate. (From The Editor's Desk). Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 379
Cleaning up the arms trade. (Newsdesk). Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 774
Winners at the grass roots: the annual Worldaware Business Awards in London celebrate outstanding enterprise initiatives that benefit economic development in Third World countries. (Sustainable Development). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 974
Small business role models: an Asian business support group is helping Bradford's young Muslims into jobs. (Enterprise). Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 698
Beyond forgiveness. Editorial Aug 1, 2001 425
Bishop (Richard Chartres) dedicates MRA's London centre. Aug 1, 2001 305
Nottingham tackles `hinge issue' for Britain: `honest conversation' at Nottingham's Partnership Council is a key to urban renewal ... Feb 1, 2001 1565
Media make Sarajevo commitment: five years after the Dayton peace agreement, Michael Smith visits the Bosnian capital Sarajevo to attend an international media conference. Dec 1, 2000 1408
Kenyan ambassador for peace: Bethuel Kiplagat believes that Africa's development depends on peace and security. Oct 1, 2000 1531
Power of silence. Editorial Aug 1, 2000 366
Ambassadors for peace in the Horn of Africa. Aug 1, 2000 706
Seeds of hope for India's green revolution: (Deepak Mullick helping to do this). Jun 1, 2000 449
`India's chance to lead the world': Michael Smith reports on India's information technology revolution which has turned the nation into a `software superpower'. Jun 1, 2000 1584
Heroic tasks for a world fit to live in. Editorial Feb 1, 2000 428
Political and religious leaders back Clean Slate Campaign. Feb 1, 2000 371
Enlarged European market needs human values, says Poles. Feb 1, 2000 365
Russian's bridge to Estonia: (Violetta Sokolenko, a rector in Estonia). Dec 1, 1999 393
Campaigner against dowry murders (broadcaster Jennifer Arul). Dec 1, 1999 418
Businessmen slay monster of corruption. Oct 1, 1999 708
After war, what? Editorial Jun 1, 1999 449
Irish examine the media. Jun 1, 1999 876
Who's to say who's right. Editorial Apr 1, 1999 353
Mother to Berlin's minorities: ten years after the fall of the Wall, Michael Smith visits Berlin and meets the woman charged with bringing down the barriers between the city's multi-racial communities. Apr 1, 1999 1430
FT (Financial Times) hosts media soul searching. Apr 1, 1999 902
Breakthrough in the war against corruption: Michael Smith meets the man behind an international move to outlaw bribery. Feb 1, 1999 1544
Quest for full employment. Feb 1, 1999 351
Bright side of Black Monday: Sophia Swire gave up a high-flying career in the City of London for the sake of illiterate children in Asia. Dec 1, 1998 1594
Incubating enterprise in the Black Country: Michael Smith reports on an initiative to create jobs in one of Britain's unemployment blackspots. Dec 1, 1998 1364
Journalists look to their role in ethnic conflicts. Oct 1, 1998 799
Backyard rivers. Oct 1, 1998 360
Islam and the West - bridging the gap: Michael Smith encounters the Western face of Islam - and meets British Muslims who are fighting back against Islamophobia. Aug 1, 1998 2274
Battle of Castle Vale: Britain, where more people are living longer and alone than ever before, may need up to 4 million new houses, prompting fears of rural destruction. Apr 1, 1998 2088
Risk-taker par excellence: French businessman Jean Fayet has never jibbed at taking risks. He talks to Michael Smith about conscience, cars and the economic crisis in Asia. Apr 1, 1998 1534
Jewish refugees of World War II remembered at Caux. Oct 1, 1997 1066
Can India's reforms help her poorest? As India celebrates 50 years of freedom, Michael Smith observes her economic reforms. Aug 1, 1997 1812
Brain drain in reverse: fifteen years ago, Farhad Forbes packed his bags in California's Silicon Valley and returned to India to help run his family's business. Aug 1, 1997 1478
Time to write off the developing world's debt. Editorial Jun 1, 1997 434
How to mark the Millenium. Editorial Feb 1, 1997 336
Hallmarks of leadership: the Yorkshire city of Sheffield has had a Master Cutler since 1624 ... Feb 1, 1997 1496
Call for business to give `moral lead' (Institute of Business Ethics). Feb 1, 1997 381

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