Mal Fletcher

2030Plus is a London-based think tank on social change and leadership innovation, helping business, communities and individuals to deal proactively with future change. Chairman: Mal Fletcher, social futurist & commentator, keynote speaker & broadcaster.

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Safer Internet Day For Children!

Safer Internet Day For Children! "There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." So said Nelson Mandela. Today is Safer Internet Day. It provides us with an important opportunity to reflect on the importance of adequate protections when it comes to the internet engagement of children. The internet has, on a society-wide level, proven a great boon in many ways. Yet, according to one of the leading children’s charities in Britain, a rising number of pre-teens are being exposed to the less seemly side of the internet.   The NSPCC this month estimated that 25,300 child abuse image and sexual grooming offences were recorded by police in the past nine months. Using police crime data, the charity estimates that one online abuse offence is recorded every 16 minutes in England and Wales. There can be... click here to read the full editorial
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Three Big Priorities for Boris Johnson

Three Big Priorities for Boris Johnson ‘The first and greatest victory is to conquer yourself,’ said Plato. While Conservative party member will rightly celebrate their huge win in yesterday’s general election, all returning and first-time MPs should engrave Plato’s words on their hearts. Boris Johnson has spoken this morning of gaining a ‘stonking majority’. He is right. This is the largest Conservative win since Margaret Thatcher was in her prime. Big wins, of course, carry with them huge responsibilities and questions going forward. For Prime Minister Johnson and his cabinet, three questions should be uppermost in their minds. The first relates to Brexit. In this election, voters rejected the idea that the 2016 referendum result was merely advisory, as some Remain voters had claimed, and that the country needs and wants a second referendum. To a degree, this election was about Brexit - whether it should go forward and whether stubborn Remainer MPs in the last Parliament wer... click here to read the full editorial
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