Islam And The West, the new book from Virtue Ethics Foundation co-founder, Ali Azam, is out now and available on Amazon. Muslims in the West are being perceived as ‘others’ and a barrier to modernity. The effects of this in recent years have...Read more
Why human dignity is so important for students – and how you can help!
There are so many pressing issues in the UK today – racism, homophobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, misogyny, knife and gun crimes. Even more significantly, there seems to be a lack of concern about others, due to...Read more
Why the current inclusion of character education in the Ofsted framework is insufficient
At the Virtue Ethics Foundation, we believe both the purpose of character education itself, and the purpose behind advocating character education need to be appropriately conceived and clearly identified. We take a philosophical position that we...Read more
The universal language of sociojusticism
The divide and schisms in the political spheres have all become but a source of fragmenting humanity. There is the left and the right; liberalism and conservatism; modernism and postmodernism; individualism and collectivism...Read more
Is there such a thing as human dignity in 2021?
The second half of the 20th century, by most accounts, is remembered as a period of hope in which profound lessons were learned with a deep sense of humility. This drove real human progression, particularly in the endeavours of the...Read more