Wales DTP Blogs

Get Strapped!

That’s me with a gun at a birthday party. Everyone felt safer as a result, except the guy on the far right. By R.V. GundurAh yes, another shooting. Which one? It doesn’t matter. At this point, any one will do. So far this year there have been more mass shootings than days passed, so, really,…

Three futures in one day

I recently attended three completely separate events in south Wales, each one with a different spin on sustainability and the future. The first one took me to the tiny village of Tairgwaith in the Amman Valley for a Stories of Change workshop. You can read more about the great Stories of Change Project here but to summarise, the…

Hidden Humanities?

I just came across this article in the Guardian and it really struck a chord with me so I thought it was worth sharing! In the article, author Gretchen Busl believes that research in the humanities can be “ground-breaking, life-changing” and yet, often, is ignored.  She argues that humanities research explores all sorts of important issues of…

Sorry on behalf of Ahmed

by R.V. Gundur On behalf of Ahmed Mohamed, clock maker, I just wanted to say “sorry.” Why am I apologizing for him? Because I know that people with hurt feelings and in defensive positions tend not to listen. And what has happened to Ahmed is something that affects us all. Apparently he was passive aggressive…