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Why young people must be taught to think broadly
Our education systems should be designed to produce flexible, resilient and creative people who are prepaed for the future, writes Deborah Williams
On the tourist trail in Reykjavik and Abu Dhabi
Deborah Williams writes about her travel experience to Iseland and why tourists seem to her a bit like trouts
Ramadan is the perfect time for some reflection
Deborah Williams says that everyone should take Ramadan as an opportunity to reflect on food consumption and help those in need
How to cultivate a spirit of inquiry in young people
Asking the hard questions can lead to innovation and creativity, writes Deborah Williams
Dubai, New York and lazy cultural stereotypes
Deborah Williams takes issue with a New Yorker piece about Dubai and its cultural sterotypes
Why we should 'relate' to ancient Greek tragedies
Deborah Williams on a love of the arts and the importance of ancient texts and plays
Is an annual festival enough to foster a love of culture?
Arts and culture have the power to revitalise cities and create dynamic systems of exchange and development, writes Deborah Williams
The weather has made me as gloomy as the skies
Rainy weather in the UAE has Deborah Williams thinking about life at home
What La La Land tells us about Abu Dhabi
Deborah Williams tells us what it takes to develop a thriving arts community
Never mind the children, what's the president up to?
American Deborah Williams is getting sick of hearing news from home