Tag: EMPATHY

Anger Management: Practical Tips To Control Your Temper

"Anger is a misunderstood emotion", writes therapist Ahmed Tomal

When NOT to give your Islamic reminders

When calamity strikes, giving someone an Islamic reminder does not take the place of showing basic compassion. Reminders are important and benefit the believers, yet there are times when a moment of empathy is the more appropriate response.

The Spectacle of Suffering

The Spectacle of Suffering & Learning to Empathise The image of Aylan Kurdi, of a forlorn three year old boy alone on a beach, flat down on his face as sea water lapped over and around him, appeared to wake the conscience of millions. We were confronted with ourselves, our

Unscripted #1 | Empathy in Conflict, with Dr Uthman Lateef

In the first of this new series of i21c Unscripted podcasts, where Dr Salman Butt talks to various authors about their fields of expertise, we join Dr Uthman Lateef in his home library.

#Idlibisburning, but tell me lies, sweet little lies

Turn the page. Change the channel. Click on another article. The news is too harrowing... #Idlibisburning

Put your phone down and touch people’s lives

In today’s global village, many of us are instantly aware of something happening on the other side of the planet but detached from meaningful relationships with our neighbours...

Virtual Reality Refugees

Meet the man bringing the issue of immigration detention centres in the UK to the world’s attention through virtual reality film. On a microscopic level, I introduce Darren Emerson, the innovative Director, filmmaker and founder of VR city who simulated a 360° virtual reality film depicting life in the UK immigrant

Our Children; Bullied to Death

It was in the winter of 1967 when a young, bespectacled boy named Steven Shepherd left his home and walked in heavy rain to strawberry fields in Newburgh, Lancashire. The fields were important to Steven. Some months prior, Steven had an unusual and momentary break from a sequence of abuse, physical